I'm feeling particularly happy this evening and I think it's got to do with three things. Thing one: Lilacs!!! Unfortunately, these are not mine. They are in a local park and so I can only bury my face in them
Today I picked up Chloe just after she taught a particularly colourful art class to some 5-9yr olds (occupational hazard she said)
Because little things are practice for big things, I decided to roll around in the grass at the house next door, (which is about to be torn down), and count the clouds! To me, little things and baby steps are
Chloe's last day of 22, she said, "Mom, I don't think I want to be 23." I told her to shut up. And then it was morning, and my child is no longer 22. :D She had a lovely day.
I'd like to call a new Drawing Challenge: Grass How about it? Is it fresh and spring where you are or still under a foot of snow? Is it blue and musical, or greener on the other side of the fence?
So I just had to wrap my head around this bank holiday weekend. Easter Monday is no longer a statutory holiday in Canada because it's been traded for "Family Day" a floating late February holiday. Go figure. Consequently, Monday wasn't a
C and I drove across town to my mom's beautiful house, to give her a hand hosting an Easter supper for ten friends. Mom planned a traditional Czech supper of roast ducks with dumplings and poached
I took a little time to think about this one. I discussed it with Robbie, who's imagination is wilder and more wonderful than anyone I know, and he suggested a colour wheel. Then we somehow got to a bunch of colourful
Recently I was told the happy news. My garden has been accepted again this year as a show garden for the Art in the Garden tour. (Still waiting to hear about my portfolio, but am hopeful) So today being a lovely
These days, with everybody so busy in all corners of the world, it's such a rare treat that I have the chance to get together with my three all at the same time. And now that my three have multiplied