Monday, November 17, 2014

Snow Days

Frolicking in the Snow!

Yep we had our first snow, as many of you did.
And, I love it.
Sets the mood to create.

I've nicked name the 3 snow ladies...babushkas.
Dressing a couple more,

and then I'm going to put my boots on and 
go play int the snow! 
Well not really play, but clean the snow
and ice away.
But maybe I'll make a snow angel.
Or, if I can't get up from making a snow angel,
a frozen old lady laying on the front lawn.
(I'm letting my imagination get away from me.)

I've been feeling better, and hope all of you are well!

Monday, October 6, 2014

The Pumpkin Patch!

    It's a great Pumpkin...

only in my eyes.
I've been practicing,
 not, how to paint, but
how the texture of different papers
take the color.  I think I've found my favorite.

I even finished and framed this one.

I think I'll finish theses guys,

And start my snowmen!

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Man o Man!

Man, Oh Man!

Where in the heck have I been?
To the Moon

and back!

I could write a thousand words about how I've
not been feeling well in the last 2 1/2 years.
Finally, I found a Dr. who took a deeper look into all
the tests I've had and discovered a gallbladder that wasn't working.
So all I'm going to tell ya is, if the gut doesn't work, nothing works.
It caused all sorts of ills, including my constant, nauseous motion sickness,  feeling
that would wake me up.
Every little thing would set it off.  
Thankfully I didn't take the pills the Drs. wanted to push down my 
throat.  They are famous for pushing drugs aren't they?

yeah, I've kinda been to the 

This one is in my Etsy shop.
And I hope to get my hands back into the mache and list more.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Gellly Roll!

       Quick doodle,

with my Gelly Roll pen.  I wanted to use 
my pen and ink nibs,

but the bottle of white ink was all dried up!

I really like the look of opaque,  white ink on dark paper.
Not saying that crayons or pencils don't work as well, I 
just like the way ink flows.
The Jelly roll pen was perfect to doodle with, and 
to doodle everyday, makes practice.

Be well!