I may not have spent a most Earth friendly and economical Earth Day.
You see, the day dawned bright and shiny, the first sunny Vancouver day in weeks, and I brought three garbage bags worth of pack rat dirty cabin sheets,
OK, apart form Earl Grey tea in the morning, (without which I would die!), and my daily phone call with Robbie when we're in separate countries, I really have very few rituals or routines. I mean, I brush and floss
It's the day before THE WEEKEND!
The weekend of my open studio tour. (North Shore Art Crawl, number 39 on the map, find more into here)
I've been busy with my usual art, and, while the song birds never stick around for
I hope you've all had a lovely Sunday.
It's been an interesting one round here.
Each morning in Feb. I've been painting a little something in a sketch book. (I know, white paper instead of 100 yr old ephemera! Well, it's only
Please come join me next weekend, November 18th to 20th in our 201st art challenge.
I've chosen the word Sanctuary.
The world has been very loud lately and I think it might be useful for us to make ourselves a sanctuary
I've been sitting in my dark living room in the early evening wondering where all the daylight has gone.
Actually, it's pretty simple really, Rain-couver over here plus end of daylight savings means low light.
I like my fairy lights
I'm ever so grateful to our dear rosy girl Ariane for posting a new art challenge: return to standard time.
I actually hate daylight savings time and think it's an out of date ritual whose time is definitely up.