I would like to introduce another GEEZEES story behind the canvas.
which shows the art and someones story behind the words or images. I hope to share the most beautiful part of my job with everyone! Everyday I get a glimpse into someones inspirational, heartfelt sometimes bittersweet stories that people share with me to create their custom canvas art. I would like to thank Brooke for letting us share her story behind the canvas.
All of our words i choose to put on canvas had to do with our “firsts“, our engagement and our wedding. *Our firstsWe met inphysical therapy school in Lubbock and started dating in April of 2008. Our first date was at Gas Light. Our first kiss was at The Fox and The Hound, and he told me he loved me for the first time on a stairwell in San Antonio. Apt 2301 on 5710 4th street is the address of our first apartment together that we are now living in.*Our EngagementI wrote ‘sidewalk chalk‘ and ‘fireworks‘ because he proposed to me using sidewalk chalk at his parents house in Canadian Texas on July 3, 2009, and then we went to a huge fireworks celebration that the town has. Together in Texas and 5 love languages were the two sessions of marriage counseling we did. I wrote about our rings as well. Mine is a beautiful solitaire and his is made out of Damascus steel.*Our WeddingWe got married in our home of Odessa, TX on January 2, 2010 at Crossroads fellowship. TWO short weeks ago! We went to Angel Fire, NM for our honeymoon and it was the most fun that i have ever had! It is gorgeous there! Our first dance was to Stoney LaRue’s “My Feet Don’t Touch The Ground“ and “Freeze Frame Time” is what he and his mom danced to. “Take Me There” by Rascal Flatts played during our slide show, along with “I Do” by Paul Bradt. So, “I Do“ on the canvas has double meaning.The other words are my way of telling him i love him. He is my best friend and answered prayer.Our wedding colors were black and ivory with pink accents….just like the canvas!