Today, I am featuring you in my blog. When I read the comments that you share on my posts, I am so happy and grateful. I really appreciate everything that you tell me. You open me up to perspectives that I would not have considered. You give me new ideas and you express so much kindness. Thank you!
Painting a barn with watercolors:
looks so pretty. Love the paintings… I like to draw and can imagine how much
fun you have must have had painting lovely piece.
picture!! It’s amazing! You could sell it.
Lewis: Thanks a ton for
sharing this! I was just thinking what I should do for my daughter’s birthday
cake and this is just the thing. We have booked one of the best San Francisco
venues. I’ll just ask my decorator to do the SpongeBob theme for the party.
Read: love all the
paintings;; and thank you for the tip about using the salt -i need to start
painting (painted so long ago that i don’t recall)..your posts continue to
inspire me and now i need to act
Jarvie said: The paintings
show that there is a lot of talent around Lewiston. Do you live far from there?
painting got lost when I got interested in tools. Now my art will come out of a
camera. Looking forward to seeing your flower.
demonstration of your artistic talent. I have take a few of these painting
courses (to no avail). Glad to see someone gets something out of them.
Gypsy: That’s a great
demonstration of the painting process. And it looks really pretty! I find
watercolours tend to have a mind of their own, which freaks me out a bit. But I
do want to pick up a few tricks this year (hopefully)!
paintings, Alice. I wish I have more patience. I think I must have attention
problems. I signed onto a year long online art class last year. Was gung ho for
awhile. Then I just struck out on my own exploring and looking at others’ art
and doing it on my own. I haven’t been able to get back to the lessons. They’ll
be up for another year. I guess I could download them, too.
DeMeo: What beautiful
painting! You make it sound so easy by drawing a box, x and line! You do
amazing drawings and painting!
Forty-one years ago in Buffalo (the infamous Blizzard of 1977):
like a bad blizzard. Trust me while reading this, I could feel a shiver pass
down my spine.
that you were the ones who were fortunate and indoors.
those who lost their lives:(
DeMeo: I’m from upstate
NY near Saratoga, Lake George area and I remember that storm!
how calmly you narrated the story with no drama at all! Your blizzard experience
sounds like a really scary horror. I am very glad you had a warm home and
food. It must have been very scary.
Read: that blizzard
thinking about all those folks who have no place to call home just earlier
today, cold snaps like this makes it so much more difficult .
note, love that first photograph you have on your post..
nothing like that. I am fortunate.
blizzard for a reason as you have mentioned. It is a very calm narration and I
pictured the whole experience. It is true there are many things to feel
thankful for. The first incident was Tsunami in 2004, the next two were floods
in 2015 and 2016. Anyway these did enough damages to many cities around me, but
had limited damage to my surroundings. I am thankful for many things in my
life. God bless those souls who lost their life in that incident.