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When you've made yourself a special place in the world to go create things, it really can become magical to the point that you sat down, believing yourself to be a sewist and a cross-stitcher, and you arose realizing that you're also a painter, and an art journalist!
Saturday was my birthday, and it was a perfect, sunny, 70-degree day here in the Ozarks. I did my favorite things: went out shopping with my family, ate at Olive Garden, and hung out in the afternoon at Barnes & Noble. Later, watched the sunset, and was still too full for dinner!
|My lobster cannaloni at Olive Garden--yum!!|
This is a little Instagram picture I took of my lunch that day!
One of the things I bought was a pretty little watercolor palatte--they let me double coupon it at Michaels that day, so I got a super great price--a little over two dollars. And the watercolors flow beautifully.
So, the next day, and the day after that, I painted. I painted and painted. So fun. It started out to be for my art journal, but then, I just kept going! Fun!
|My desk in the morning darkness.|
|New acrylic paints|
|And the butterfly scarf continues!|
Here's my progress in NanoWrimo as of Tuesday.