3 Years on WordPress!
Wow, I cannot believe I have had this blog for three years! I just learned this when they notified me of this achievement. I did the above painting a couple of years ago, but it is my favorite abstract. Then I added those words, because for me it is true!
I don’t really have anything planned for this post except to say “thank you” to all of the dear friends I’ve made here. You are all wonderful bloggers yourselves. I haven’t had as much time to blog this year, but I hope to post more this summer once my daughter gets out of school.
I plan to put more of the picture book I’m working on here this week. I still have to scan it into the computer, etc. Time-consuming, but I want to share it.
I hope all of the mothers I know had a wonderful Mother’s Day yesterday. My husband cooked me a nice dinner, gave me a few movies and a gift card for Barnes & Noble which is already spent! 🙂 I purchased a novel called Georgia by Dawn Tripp whom I have never ready anything by. This may be her first novel; I’m not sure. Anyway, the reviews of it were wonderful so I am looking forward to it!
I also purchased a book that has been on my goodreads list for a long time called “The Complete Watercolorist’s Essential Notebook…” by Gordon MacKenzie. Sometimes I just want to hear about other people’s discoveries with painting in watercolors and get new perspective and ideas. I actually haven’t been painting much lately, but want to get back to it very soon and do my picture book in watercolors.
Have a wonderful day, and give someone you love a big hug! 🙂
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