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If you love to travel this may not be the blog for you. Then again, if you like to travel but hate the packing, it could be perfect.
So often when we try to learn something new, we gain as much, if not more, from the side lessons. I’ve actually started an art class. Yes, I am committed to learning how to properly paint using watercolor.
When we moved to our house a beautiful Japanese Maple tree lived right next to our deck. It provided lovely cooling shade, branches for bird houses, and beautiful fall color. It was not huge, but the shape was so perfect, it was full of life.
There are times when we get into our heads too much. We ponder, consider, rethink, and ponder some more. In a show I watch, a young man asks a girl out on a very mundane date.
Often when you find yourself saying “a minor detail” you are being sarcastic. An example can be found in my continuing saga of learning to paint with watercolors. I’m now in my second book for beginners, and watching three different painting shows on TV, recording each so I can rewatch multiple times.
While my daughter did a big favor for me, I had the pleasure of entertaining my youngest grandchild. We began with a snack, naturally, followed by coloring.