Nia (take 1)
Muse-wear — we forgot to share that there are still eleven days to invite Cal, Tal, and Nia into your wardrobe!
Thanks for the shou-out. And love the crossed out words ending with aspirations 😁❤️
Your last two paintings of the muses are great. Very creative.
T-shirt: “I love this time of year. I can have grave-size holes filled in all over my yard, and people think I just went overboard with my Halloween decorations!” 😁
(A tad late. Sorry, we're behind on reviewing catalogs. For the fourth year in a row.)
So have you liked guacamole, Gail, before you realized it was made with avocados? As a kid I hated cheese... because my father hated cheese. But we loved pizza. 🤔 At some point I became aware that there was cheese on pizza! 😱 No no no, said my father, the stuff on pizza is MOZZARELLA. Oh, thought I, and took my next piece of pizza.
“It seems that a decision to schedule three to four hours of daily, uninterrupted studio time was a bigger spoonful of oatmeal than the muses and I were ready for.” ~Typist
Well, apparently, Athens wasn’t built in a day either...
Chunk it down? Hmmm? 🤔
I feel like I know just a little bit about this idea...
#JustForToday #ODAAT 😎
And Paintist? Wow! 🤩
Looking forward to hearing more from “Studio!”
Have Truck and Studio ever spoken to each other?
I wonder what’s at the intersection of Truck AND Studio?
Here’s another morning/day! Oatmeal with fresh berries sounds yum. And the adventure has just begun. I must confess our brekkie start was a bit more caloric. Beth and I, with Izzie, visited an outdoor snack bar at our favorite city park. Lots of other folks, many with their dogs, had the same idea. Sunny with wisps of fog, 70°-ish, lovely. The breakfast sammies? Mine a huge croissant with cream cheese, tomatoes, bacon strips, and Swiss cheese. Accompanied by hot black coffee.
The overall effect offered a gentle, visually, and “palette-y” way to ease into our Saturday. From St Bernards to chihuahuas, Izzie was in a state of bliss. Michelangelo advised stepping back from our work periodically, perhaps to lunch or talk with friends, so that upon returning our work takes on a fresh new sense. I’ve not read that he advised that as a precursor to doing our work!
My final thoughts? Having a cup adorned with dogs seems critical, more berries and less croissants is advisable, and regularly revisiting our aspirations is recommended to keep us out of the brambles! Hugs, all!