As I mentioned in my last post, this weekend the kittens arrived home. Frankly, I’m surprised I got anything else done. As you can hear in the background, Key was less than impressed. He barked. He whined. He hid under the bed. Later in the weekend he calmly sniffed one through the x-pen and got
It’s my story that the last two weeks of not posting or doing art have not been my fault. And I’m gonna stick to it. The last few posts at the end of August were about the finishing of two paintings for an upcoming show. I worked hard on them, and the remaining steps were
Let’s face it. This month has not gone according to plan. I started out thinking I would work on the Cheltenham Gold Cup painting I mentioned here. Then I got word that the For the Seventh Generation show was on and worked mostly on that. Along the way, I apparently missed a couple of assignments.
For the Seventh Generation A Community of Coastal Watchers The one-mile panomural project dedicated to ocean protection. Our oceans are continually threatened by pollution, coastal development, and over-fishing that taxes these finite systems. Decisions made today are to be mindful of their impact on the environment and on our children, grandchildren, and future generations. Without
The journaling prompt this week is, “The glass is half…”; however, I’m struggling with just the fact of a glass. Without going into detail, it was tough week at work. It was my Friday off, which I needed, but I had an “anxious day” most of the day Friday, which is not fun. Thankfully, but