Thursday, December 24, 2009

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

I want to extend a heart felt thank you to all those who visit my blog, and those that follow it. Thank you to all my friends, customers and fellow artists; for all the support and inspiration throughout the year. May your hearts and homes be filled with joy, and surrounded by those you love. I wish for you a world of peace, good health and prosperity. Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. ~ Barbara

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Rooster Art is a Practical Matter

Fun, original and highly useful. Functional gifts with rooster art on mugs and the latest take-out menus organizer from my original paintings and drawings. Find these and other practical art at my Zazzle store.

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Show Off on a Mug

Show Off, acrylic

If you prefer "functional" art, my artwork is available on mugs, tee shirts, mousepads and more at my Zazzle store.

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Happy Boy

Happy Boy, Colored Pencils on Smooth Bristol

Happy Boy is a drawing of my German Shepherd dog when he was 6 months old. I've had dogs most of my life but Sirius has the longest tongue I've seen. The lolling tongue after a good round of exuberant play is a typical expression on his face.

I've made this drawing available in high quality prints and framing at my Imagekind gallery. If the direct link doesn't work, go directly to and search for my gallery under SunfluerDesigns.

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Favorite Recipes

What is it about the rooster that so many people love this animal. Is it their country type charm or their eagerness to crow welcoming the new day. I love roosters. I was born in the year of the rooster according to Chinese astrology. Henry is the one rooster I have among the 12 hens in my backyard flock. He is one lucky guy surrounded by so much beauty, adoration and love. Although I notice he's a little hen pecked at times ;) Anyway, I'm compelled to create art illustrating this boisterous and cocky bird.
Just added to my Zazzle is a great binder to collect all of your favorite recipes. It's designed with my Cockerel acrylic painting. There's a space on the bottom front cover to personalize it. It makes a perfect gift idea for anyone who loves the culinary arts.

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Out Of The Woods

Animals are one of my favorite art subjects. Lately, my focus has turned to drawing a bit more. I love the results I get using quality colored pencils. My finished work is sprayed to prevent smudging and lasting beauty. I recommend collectors of art drawings to frame the artwork under glass for added protection and a lifetime of enjoyment.

Poster - Rooster/Chicken Art from

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Poster - Rooster/Chicken Art from

Saturday, December 5, 2009


I did a pencil drawing of my dearly departed dog, Snickers. As I was doing the drawing, I took images to show the progression from beginning to end.

After I make a general outline, I start working on the eyes. The eyes are important for me as it gives life to the drawing. When I have the eyes drawn in, I'm able to move to other areas to bring the piece together.
I love doing animal portraits. It's an emotional experience for me due to my love and respect for animal life. I think I've set the doves free by making Snickers' portrait.

Friday, December 4, 2009

Artful Gifts

There are practical ways to have art in fun ways and these can be found at my Zazzle store. I made great gift items on calendars, t-shirts, mugs, mousepads from my art. The 2010 calendar has a piece of art for each month of the year. Each piece can then be beautifully displayed. The individual art pages in the calendar can be framed and wrapped to give as a thoughtful, inexpensive gift throughout the year.

Journey to me, adoption memories binder to save mementos, photos and journal your adoption journey. This makes a lovely, personalized keepsake for your family treasures. The artwork, Girl With Daisies, on the binder is inspired by my China adoption experience.
Lady is an acrylic painting and beautifully displayed on a mug to enjoy a favorite beverage. Zazzle is running a BOGO special promotion on mugs, buy one, get one free.

Birders would love this cozy tee with my Blue Jay, acrylic painting art.
There is something for just about everyone on your holiday shopping list. Support the arts and buy great, original products.

Saturday, November 21, 2009

ArtoMat November Shipment

I just completed another batch of art blocks for ArtoMat. In this new shipment, the art reflects abstracts, playing with color combinations and shapes. I tossed in some illustrations and a fantasy piece. I'm happy creating varying pieces of art; not just sticking to one type of genre. I'm still trying to find myself artistically so having license to dabble is a tremendous benefit.

The last royalty check I received from ArtoMat indicated my art sold at The Whitney Museum in NYC. I love it knowing my art is dispensing at locations such as The Whitney. In fact, I consider it an honor. I hope those who collect the artwork will enjoy the pieces.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Cockerel Painting Sold at Imagekind

Have to say my spirit is high today. One of my art pieces sold on Imagekind. It's the Cockerel acrylic painting I did a year or so ago. I fancy roosters in part, because I was born in the year of it according to Chinese astrology. I also have a small flock of chickens. I'm inspired by my birdies; they can be so endearing. Henry, my roo, loves to crow it up anytime of the day. Henry has been known to start up as early as 3:00 AM. I don't mind really. It's nice to know he's happy in his own rooster way.
If you get over to, look for my work under SunfluerDesigns. I'll be adding more to the galleries in the coming days.

Sunday, July 12, 2009

In Loving Memory Of My Dog, Snickers

This photo was taken when Snickers was much younger, approximately 8 years ago when he was in the prime of his life.

Our sweet and gentle dog, Snickers Buddy Boy was laid to rest on Friday, July 10th. Snickers was a character. He's was the only dog I've ever known that would look at a bug and "gag". It was one of the many things that made him special to us. In his younger days, whenever my husband mowed the lawn, Snickers would be right there following him up/down until the work was done. It was quite amazing to us and our neighbors. Whenever a neighbors dog got loose, it always seemed to make their way over to our house to visit Snickers. He was loved by everyone, dogs and people alike. His favorite food was pizza and we could never get through a meal without sharing some with him.

We adopted Snickers from the New Rochelle, NY Humane Society in May 1998. We're not sure how old he was at the time. We guess he was around a year old. We gave Snickers the best life. Snickers lived with us surrounded by unconditional love, never abused or neglected and in fact, lived a very cushioned life. He will always remain in our hearts.

The Bird Nest

Birds seem to love our house, particularly the window frames to build their nests. For weeks, a bird couple have been busy creating an elaborate nest for their new family. The nest is on top of a window frame on my front porch. I thought I would get a peek inside to see if there were babies. I got out a step ladder and used a mirror, positioning it above the nest so I can see inside. To my delight, I saw these five, brown speckled eggs. My best guess is the eggs are about an inch long. Inside, you can see the bird parents gathered up dried grass and their feathers to cushion the nest.
The birds have not abandoned their eggs. We can see them from our window flying in/out. I'm not sure when the eggs will hatch or the species of the birds. I'll be watching and listening in the coming days for new life to emerge. Hopefully, I'll be able to get a picture of the birds so I can try to identify their species.

Saturday, July 4, 2009

Pencil Drawing

I did this pencil drawing of my son back in 2005 when he was 3 years old. We were sitting in a restaurant, and the inspiration hit me to give it a try. I was just starting to teach myself to draw so I'm happy with the result. Using the image in my photoshop, I created a framed border for the art work.
Don't ask me how I do this because I don't know exactly how to explain it. When I was in junior high school, a teacher thought I had an aptitude for creating art. I pretty much dismissed the whole idea not appreciating her observation. My mother tried to convince me in a small way to take an artistic path but that fell on deaf ears also. I guess my inspiration to draw and paint artwork springs from creating jewelry. It gave me the confidence to begin. Being creative is very much a part of who I am as a person. I'm finally able to appreciate this part of myself. It's only taken 30 plus years to arrive where I am right now artistically.

A photo of my son recently taken with our pup, Sirius

Thursday, May 28, 2009

A Sirius Drawing

I've had my puppy Sirius on my mind a lot lately. After he had the two seizures, I watch him closely. Thank goodness there haven't been anymore episodes. After the last visit to the vet, it was determined that Sirius had Giardia - yuk! We got a 6 days prescription of Panacur and it just seems that after each dose, my pup gets very hyper and agitated. One dose remains and I decided to not to give it to him. Guess what? He's been a (relatively calm) puppy today!

I searched online to read about the side effects of Panacur but there's nothing I can find that suggests hyperactivity. I'm not sure if my pup was feeling nauseated by the med and his response is restlessness. Whatever - I don't know but I'm not giving him the last dose. I think after 5 doses, the disgusting parasite is gone. I hope.

Anyway, I've got my drawing/creating groove on so I made the drawing you see here of my sweet puppy. I took two images showing the work in progress and the completed work.

I love animals and enjoy drawing faces. I believe I got my pup just right in this drawing. For the most part, I'm pleased with the finished work. I'm self taught so I don't bang my head against the wall if it isn't perfect. Capturing the essence is most important to me.

Friday, May 22, 2009

AKA "Old Silver Back"

The Elvis Look

He's also known as "Old Silver Back". Snickers is our senior citizen chocolate lab. He'll be with us 11 years this weekend. Yes. We got him on Memorial Day weekend 11 years ago after seeing an ad in our Penny Saver. The joke in my family is I told my husband "I'm going to get Snickers." "Are you coming with me?" The rest is history.

We guess Snickers age to be around 12 years. He is such a character. We say he looks like Elvis when his loose lips fold in and get stuck. LOL Our good buddy is showing all the signs of aging. He gets confused, doesn't seem to see as well and needs to be encouraged to go out for potty breaks. Still, his appetite is good and on good days, can still leap up on the couch. Go Buddy Go!

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Blood Test for Sirius

I dropped off my puppy, Sirius at the vet today for a liver function blood test. We need to see if Sirius has a liver shunt (we pray not) which could lead to the cause of the seizures. So far, our little guy has been healthy.

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Sirius Is Feeling Better

Sirius is 14 weeks old. He's coming along with his house and basic training, can be very sweet and determined. My yellow dog, Moon and Sirius have bonded. It's a joy to see them play together.

The 2ND visit to the vet last week, and one bath later to remove the Frontline, he's not having seizure episodes. We're hoping the seizures were reactive to chemical(s) introduced into his system. At the very least, these are things we can control. We still do not know for sure what caused the seizures. If it was one chemical or a combination of chemicals.

After talking with the breeder, we came very close to returning Sirius due to health concerns. We put a lot of time and emotions into our new puppy and of course, we've grown attached to him. Our contract allows up to 6 months from the day of purchase to return him for dire health reasons. We decided to bring Sirius to a new veterinarian for a 2ND opinion. An initial blood test show a slight, low level liver analysis. At this point, we need to do a fasting blood to see if there are any liver functioning problems. If there are problems with the liver such as a shunt, that would explain the seizures. (For information on canine liver shunts:

The breeder did share with me another puppy from the litter was also having seizures. It's a male pup. Again, the breeder thinks Frontline caused the seizure. I'm very concerned this is an inherent weakness. Sirius had the first seizure within 3 hours of getting the booster distemper combo and 1st Lyme vaccines. The Frontline was applied the day before the vet visit. Again, it could have been "reactive" seizures ( from a "chemical storm" hitting my pups system. And, none of this is reassuring for me. I'm trying to understand it so I can make better decisions for my puppy.

The new vet doesn't recommend Lyme vaccines which is one that Sirius received prior to the 1st seizure. The approach for Sirius in the future will be very conservative with the minimal amount of vaccines. In fact, after all the initial vaccines are given to our dogs, antibodies titers ( should be ordered before additional innoculations. It is never a good thing to over vaccinate our pets.

We love our puppy and do not want to give up on him. We wait and see.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

My Puppy Is Having Seizures

Sirius is my new German Shepherd puppy. Sirius will be 14 weeks old on Friday, May 15

I decided to document the current events surrounding the seizures that began shortly after my pup received the 2ND distemper combo and 1st Lyme vaccines.

A little background: we got Sirius from a breeder when he was 9 weeks old. He seemed like a healthy puppy. He has been coming along, growing nicely and putting on weight. As far as we can tell, there was nothing to indicate our puppy would respond negatively to vaccines. And, we need to vaccinate our pup to protect him from canine diseases. However, it is my opinion, Sirius adversely reacted to the vaccines due to a genetic weakness. I think as I believe many dog owners would, the seizures were "triggered".

On Monday, 5/11/09, I took Sirius to his scheduled vet visit at 9:00 am. I didn't pay close attention to the clock but I would say he got the vaccines around 9:30 am. Sirius was restless on the ride home but it is not that unusual for my pup. I thought he was excited and stressed from the vet visit and maybe a bit sensitive due to the vaccines. My thoughts were that he would settle down once we got home to where everything is familiar.

I live about 35 minutes away from the vet. We got back home around 11:00 am. I brought Sirius to the yard for some potty and play time. He was very agitated, whining, circling my legs, getting in between my legs. He didn't settle down right away which was disconcerting to me. I gave Sirius his midday meal a litte bit before noon which he ate. It was probably close to 12:30 when I heard a loud noise coming from Sirius's crate. I rush in and see him thrashing about in his crate. I never witnessed a dog having a seizure so my first thought he was having a very active dream. When I get near his crate, I see his teeth caught between the wires on the crate so I'm thinking "Oh, my God!" "He's stuck!" I release his mouth but his body continues to shake. His neck is hyper extended back, his eyes are fixed toward the back of his head. He was foaming at his mouth and his body released urine. It was horrific! I felt terrified. I snatched him out of the crate and his body was limp in my arms. I thought my puppy was dying, I was struggling to see if he was still breathing.

After I placed Sirius in the car crate, he momentarily looked up at me. I felt shock, hope and wondering if I was imagining him looking at me. I raced to the vet's office; a 35 minute drive from my home felt like an eternity. There was a funky odor coming from the back of my van so I thought, my dog passed on. When we got to the vet, I open the back and saw (thankfully) my puppy alive, looking at me. He vomited up his meal in his crate hence the horrible odor.

The vet took a blood sample which only showed the proteins were a bit low but nothing alarming. The vet didn't concur with me about my suspicions of the distemper/Lyme combo vaccines causing a seizure in my puppy. Previously, upon the vet's recommendation, I applied Frontline. I live in NY where the tick population is very high. In fact, I've had Lyme disease and it's no picnic. Now I'm wondering if it's a cocktail of all of these elements that caused the seizure. Or, is it the vaccines alone.

Later that night, I contacted the breeder. The breeder blames the seizure on the Frontline. In fact, she's completely convinced it's the Frontline. The breeder blames the vet for prescribing the Frontline and combining vaccines. Further, the breeder tells me she'll take the puppy back and will wait 30 days before any possible compensation. The breeder will first want to "test" her theory that the Frontline, in fact, caused the seizure by directly administering Frontline to Sirius with a wait/see if the dog goes into a seizure. My response is that it's inhumane to perform a theory test. If Sirius is having seizures it's a health problem not a lab experiment. In my opinion, it's unethical to attempt to trigger a seizure but I'm not a breeder.

Yesterday, Sirius had another seizure. It occurred at 12:05 pm. I was there to see the seizure begin and hold my puppy until it ended. It lasted a few minutes. I returned to the vet and this time, they gave my pup a bath. The vet said she didn't see much of the Frontline oils in the bath. I told her, I didn't saturate my dog with the Frontline spray - only small squirts on the underside and back of his body.

I contacted the breeder again today. She is still convinced the Frontline caused the seizures and perhaps it's the combining elements. However, her position is the seizures were created and not because there's anything genetically wrong with my puppy.

I wait now, holding my breath that the bath did the trick and my dog will no longer have seizures. So far, no one is advising me, vet or breeder, what I can do to help my dog when he's having a seizure. The only exception is the breeder's position to not use Frontline ever again. The breeder further states, the German Shepherd breed has a low immunity tolerance to Frontline or any flea/tick pesticide applications for dogs. There is still nothing conclusive about what caused the seizures, however.

It's important for me to keep this diary. At best, this information might be beneficial for the German Shepherd fancier and all dog lovers for that matter. I have three dogs. My other two dogs are Labs and can't say we've ever had any short or long term negative effects from Frontline type products. Further, I'm not defending these products. In fact, I think they're dreadful. It's a game of roulett. I only use the products as necessary to protect both my family and dogs from ticks and fleas. Because of the seizures in my young puppy, I withdraw using it all together. I do not wish to gamble on the health and well being of my beloved pets.

Sunday, April 5, 2009

More On Adoption Designs

I'm working on creating new and exciting handcrafted jewelry to add to my adoption design line. I create unique, limited edition designs. And, it's been time to clean house. These are brand new celebrate China adoption bracelets.

Many of the designs can be custom ordered. The 14K gold vermeil bracelet shown, can be made to represent the birth/adoption month colors of your choice. I love offering custom orders and giving my customers a very personal shopping experience.

I will be working on more sterling silver adoption designs. Visit often to see all the designs in my catalog. Many designs marked "sold out:, can be custom ordered.

Here are a couple of the designs added to the catalog:

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Slow and Steady Pace - ArtOMat

It's been a slow and steady pace but I've finally got the next batch of art blocks ready to ship off to my friends at ArtOMat.

I'm excited about this next batch. My artwork is laced with social related concerns. I've created a series of connected blocks. These make it especially fun for collecting because two or more blocks complete the full drawing or painting.

I've taken a photo collage of my work and presenting it here. I don't know which vending machines these will end up...I wait to hear from the ArtOMat folks to let me know.

Saturday, March 28, 2009

United By Love Adoption Jewelry Design

Since 2003, I've been creating adoption theme jewelry designs. I couldn't find any jewelry designs on the Internet responding to the adoption experience. I thought, I can create my own design. I wanted to create something special reflecting the joys of adoption. I've since expanded on the adoption theme in my signature line. All the adoption designs are special and meaningful. And, I'm always thinking of ways to create more designs taking reference from my own adoption experiences.

As a creative person, my thoughts are how do we as adoptive parents further express the celebration of our experience. My children will ask - "was I made in your tummy?" These are not easy questions to answer and we want to be honest. I tell my children "you were born in my heart" and we were brought together by love. From these heartfelt conversations come the creative expressions reflected in my art.

Recently added is a new edition to my signature adoption jewelry designs. It's the United By Love bracelet in purple (amethyst) Swarvoski crystals - the color for adoption awareness. Essentially, I revamped the first edition of this design to include sterling silver "forever", "family" word beads and a "love" heart shaped sterling silver charm. I see this design with the accent word beads and heart charm having the special touch I think was missing in the original design.

Although I choose to make the design with purple, the adoption awareness color; as with many of the designs I create, it can be personalized to reflect what is most meaningful.

The adoption designs make a wonderful, meaningful gift for anyone connected with adoption. Whether you purchase a bracelet or necklace for yourself or give as a gift, it's a great way to express "Adoption Is Love" and is never second best.

To expand on a theme, I'm now offering wonderful art created adoption greeting cards and more at my Zazzle shop.


Tuesday, March 24, 2009

ArtOMat Project - Drum Roll Please :)

I've been working feverishly, OK, not so feverishly but definitely putting in a lot of effort on my next batch of art blocks for ArtOMat. The ongoing project takes a great deal of time, effort and creative ideas but I'm enjoying the ride. I don't make the art for a profit that is for sure. It's a lot of fun knowing someone out there will get the little thrill of pulling the knob, hear the "kurplunk" sound and walla a miniature work of art.

I've created a 2ND edition of the birches but this time it's done in 4 blocks. It has spring colors given that spring is upon us and it's what has inspired me.

My daughter loves how the blocks come together to form a complete picture. Each art block is a work of art but they look so much better together.

Add a picture hanger to the back and you've got yourself a nice little conversation piece hanging on your wall.

OK - so enough chatter. Here is a sample of the art blocks created by me destined to kurplunk at a re-furbed vending machine near you.

Birches II on 4 blocks - Acrylic on canvas mounted on wood block - BGiordano, 2009

Guess you'll need to collect all 4 to see the full effect. ;)

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Art Block Prints

This little beauty is called "Caught By Surprise". She's a little garden nymph just going about her nymphing business when "wham" someone busted in on her territory. Seriously, she's kinda a cute - don't you agree. ;) By the way, she has a lovely gold leaf border surrounding the image. Super cool for only 5 bucks!

I have these art block prints available for sale at the same great price of $5.00 plus the meager sum of $2.50 for S/H. The art blocks can go anywhere you want to add a little artistic touch. Add a picture hanger to the back and walla you have a wall accent. Place it on your desk or in your cubby at work as a nice little (no pun intended) :) conversation piece.

All I can say is, these miniature works of art are an inexpensive way to collect art. I know that kurpluncking is "funer" as my young son would say but it's still kinda neat to get fun art in a compact package.

The blocks below are "Journey", "Cosmic Prayer", "Cosmic Dance". Comic Prayer and Dance are from my mandala artwork. I created these art pieces by digitally manipulating other art stuff made by me creating a mandala effect. They are mixed media prints on art blocks.

Monday, March 9, 2009

Getting Ready for the Next ArtoMat Batch

All of sudden, I got a flurry of new ideas for the artomat art blocks. I've been working on the art as time allows in between my kids asking for this thing and the next.

I'm also gathering blog links from other artomat artists to list on my blog. What goes around, comes around. I like to draw attention to the artists who create these great pieces; either works on wood blocks or in boxes. If you're an artomat artist, leave your comment here so I can add your blog link to the list. Anyone who wants to know more about the artist can click on the link.

Some people have asked about purchasing blocks directly from me. I will have some prints on blocks available. I will offer them for the same price as the vending machine - $5.00 plus $2.50 for S/H. The S/H offsets the cost for postage and packaging and that's it. Basically, I want to share my work not make a profit.

You can email me directly at:

Friday, February 27, 2009

Struggling Artist Blues

I recently sent over a bunch of art blocks to artists in cellophane. The excitement was definitely there when I sent off the bundle. Anticipation and some expectation was felt on my part although I over shot my mark. In the bundle I included a hand full of quality prints from my work. I created some of the art blocks using my art prints thinking they would fly. From where I'm sitting, I thought the artists in cellophane vendors would be happy to have them. I thought, incorrectly, people would enjoy the prints as long as some originality was introduced into the work. I was creative in making them adding bits of original touches to the blocks here and there making each one unique in their own right.

Here I sit and write this today with the "struggling artist blues". It's a cliche I know, at least the "struggling artist" part of it. It's the truth however cliche. We sweat over our work trying to create something from nothing. A blank canvas in front of us as we try to come up with some inspiration; adding some purpose to the work. I was definitely hitting a blind spot in my creative path. I do not deny it. It was the reason why I included some semi-original, mixed media art blocks for the "kurplunking" vendors. A side note, I like using the "u" instead of the "e" in "kerplunk".

Anyway, this is not to say that I didn't include some original paintings in the shipment. I did. The vendors like original work - not prints. This is totally acceptable and reasonable. Honestly, what was I thinking.

As an artist, I push the envelope a bit. Is that not what artists are suppose to do. However, I attempted to take a "quick and dirty" path - another cliche. It definitely describes my intention, do you agree? But! I put effort into making them unique and one of a kind. These pieces are mixed media combining the print with original work surrounding it.

I know now - not to include prints in my art blocks however mixed media it might be. Still, I have the blues. Honestly, I thought they were decent enough otherwise I wouldn't have included them.

It's a challenging road creating art. I keep persisting at it because I enjoy it. Otherwise, why bother - right?

Friday, February 20, 2009

Music In My Mind

Music in My Mind is an oil painting I recently created. It's an offshoot from the "Jam" piece on the miniature art block. I love the "Jam" so I was inspired to paint a piece on a larger scale in similar style.

I think this piece shows lots of movement and no doubt is rich with color. It's an expression of my love for music. This was a fun piece to paint. As it began to develop I felt a great deal of joy. I hope this comes across in the art work.

The original is hanging proudly in my family room. I offer high quality prints through Imagekind

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Adoption Jewelry Designs

It's been a while since I blogged about the unique and popular adoption jewelry designs I create.

I began making the adoption jewelry in 2003 when I couldn't find anything on the Internet or elsewhere. I drew upon my experience as an adoption parent of two great kids. My daughter was born in China and my son was born here in the US.

The first design I launched was the Adoption Is Love bracelet. It became popular and inspired me to create designs celebrating adoptions from around the world. I introduced the first China adoption bracelet with the "In My Heart" China bracelet. In the adoption community we say our child is "born in our heart". And, from my perspective it is a totally accurate expression.

Following were many other adoption theme designs including the "Forever Family" sterling silver necklace. I also offer custom designs to personalize the bracelet or necklace.

I think there's something for everyone including Dad's who have adopted from China. I'm still working on other ideas and always open to feedback and design suggestions.

Go directly to this link: Adoption Jewelry Designs to see the variety of adoption jewelry designs I offer.

Additionally, on my fine art website, I recently made a painting reflecting adoption: I offer high quality prints of the piece at very reasonable prices. See this great piece I call "Waiting". I think it's very special.

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