Well...its a wee bit better now that my coffee is finally kicking in!! I knew with the start of this week, that it was going to be a busy one, but when I wake up, ready to go back to bed, things are rough!!!
With an extra strong cup of coffee, I headed up to the studio, and decided today was going to be a paint slinging, make a mess kind of day...
Somehow, paints and supplies just take over my space.
And I just roll with it.
Grabbing a bit of this and a snippet of that...and magic happens.
Just a blissful frenzy of paint love!
I am working on small 5x7 paintings...and lots and lots of them. I have a crazy large goal that I will share when it doesn't scare the heck out of me!!!
I really want to spend all of my days in my studio, bit, a whole lot of it is spent watching this guy do his thing...
Two simple words....
Today, in the midst of one of those crazy, mixed up kind of days, I received an email with these two words. Great News!!
Those two words completely changed how my day was going. It seemed all day long I was running. Putting out fires constantly, running more, more fires, and when the bell finally rang, I sat for a second at my desk, and remembered the Great News!! email. So, I opened it...
Holy Smokes Batman....I've been PUBLISHED!!!
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Spring Break came and slipped by in a flash. Oh, how I had the greatest intentions of cleaning and painting, and cleaning some more. I learned that I love naps...and lots of them. A clean house is simply overrated!
I learned that my greatest intentions did not pan out as planned.