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Shadows and light ~ that is what I have been balancing out in my life weekly. From the painting of Allie, (Allie's Donation) what has been darkish, varying colors of dark. Within this painting of Kate the inverse does work. When I wrote my fantasy down, I did not find it. Fantasy: I visit a key pattern of darks; darker darks and milder darks. I'm inverting the image. Today it's a pattern of lights ~ top important lights, milder lights and darker lights. Inversely proportional.

My life turned up! And only as it looked like that she could perhaps not be successful, she amped up the stakes. Toward the close of the week I moved along to vacuum. This time she was lying on a floor in my bedroom. So I told her I had been planning to close the door while I ran the vacuum. She had been under the bed shaking like a 16, when I returned 15 minutes after. I let her live. Checking on her through the entire early hours, I coaxed out her. I put her and sat there to the ground with her and held her while she trembled.

During the next day or two we worked at getting to understand one another. She squirmed out of my arms down between your back seats right into an afghan which was on the floor within the van. She wished to remain there after we got home. At the house I found another afghan and put it down to her. Immediately another nest was left by her. She is a nester.

Notice: this guide is illustrated by 4 plein air paintings and can be got for re publication.
I took out the vacuum, the day after she arrived. As I took the vacuum I saw her out. The deck door was open and spying the vacuum, and she slipped out. I went about vacuuming. Jim asked where she had been and came in a while later. Nowhere! She had disappeared! We spent the following hour searching the yard, enclosing forests and adjoining neighbors' lawns.

"I really don't know what happened to you," I said aloud to her. "I'm sorry. I'm so sorry it happened, whatever it had been." I lasted. I stroked her thoughts as I spoke. And as I did I felt my ego let go of whatever it was that had retained before I thought I'd drop me doing, doing , doing. We let it move.
On my birthday, I painted both of these actors that are quick of Sneekers, now. She had been sitting a thing that I never permitted your dog! I had to paint fast because she shifted positions. Therefore that I used alizarin crimson to draw her contour directly the sofa is brick red. By the time I'd the contours in, she had proceeded. By softly blocking inside the colors the best that I could remember I reacted.
In the kennel we met with the pet Jim wanted me to see. A timid dog, 'Honey, '' was at a kennel with yet another dog. She looked with a face, small like a puppy. Reading her card first we discovered she was two yrs of age ~ full! This pooch was only 24 pounds a dueschund/labrador mixture. She charmed us both. Since Jim made agreements to take her home to see if Kate would approve I agreed.

The obelisk Jim and I'd constructed only last weekend had been full of tomato and cucumber vines. I sat while I painted idle to stand, '' I thought to myself. I put a canvas than I utilize en plein air. This one is 203 x 243, perhaps not huge but significantly larger compared to the 9 x 12s I regularly utilize.
Nesting is at. It appears I am always running around doing something. Sit down and be still? Hard for me to imagine that being done by me.

A neighbor paddled along with his two kids into my painting, when I was painting. They ceased to grab a bass or 2, then paddled away. They were brushed by me without even thinking whether I wanted them or not! Sunlight moved in the sky and I felt the need. The majority of the garden was in shadows.
Back at your house, 'Sneekers', once we had started calling her to her paws ~ had been curled upward in a nest behind Jim's computer desk. There isn't much space back there between the desk and wall of windows. Only a passageway for into a pile of wires!
Katie just isn't getting any younger. I have been thinking since we embraced her of painting her. This week I finally achieved this! I imagined painting an ivory with her, and also have always been fascinated with her white on white coloring.

As each day passed I spent more and more time coaxing her out from her nest, encouraging her to play. Slowing down me, I guess. I did not feel much therefore I set my easel outside and painted an opinion of my vegetable garden.

Jim wanted me to go see two pooches he'd seen and came back to express he'd stopped in the SPCA, as I ended up painting Kate. Reluctantly, I moved. One was outside front getting clipped and brushed after we came. Dog mess and Fur was! We went inside immediately. "No way," I thought for my Self.

I moved and got another canvas. This time she stayed snoozing. Afraid she might move again, I lasted at the pace that was quick. I liked the quality of the one. "So what in my couch isn't very pink?" Without having to live with it in this manner I may have a pink couch! Sleeping there on my spot on the sofa she continued teaching me the way to play. The thing she is sleeping on is that a pillow I made. I let her sleep it ~ I enjoyed painting it! I myself am a hard case, I admit. Changing a workaholic? FAITH ... plays a lady! I guess a old dog CAN learn new tricks.

Today is my birthday so I could tell him how old I'm now when Dad called to wish me Happy Birthday! "Consider this before you buy another dog," I cautioned my ego.
This dream let me see what's been going on all week! Between your paintings and also the dog ~ my life has news already been balancing, inverting my view! In this painting of this garden, I personally played. I played the imagery ... letting the kayak of youngsters fishing input into my world without thinking concerning whether it'd upset my world or never! I let the match I had been playing on my picture of life in my own vegetable garden.

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