February 19, 2012 Sue
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It was a “lemon” sort of a week. So what is a girl to do?? Make some lemonade I guess!  For me, it’s get out the paints and paint some of those lemons and wash the cares away. It was a great way to start the day this morning.

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of painting with a friend in her studio. We had a marvelous time, painting, chatting and sharing painting ideas. I usually paint alone so this was a treat. And what a great studio she had too. Even her cats came and joined in the fun.

I’ve been working on the pieces for my exhibit in June that I am doing together with my daughter. She is a photographer who has traveled around the world and we will be showcasing her photos and my watercolors inspired by those photos. Much work to do on this project and I’m sure I’ll be sharing all of the preparations along the way. Perhaps even a few sneak peaks at some paintings! Stay tuned…

Comments (8)

  1. Susan 6 years ago

    Lemonade, my favorite way of dealing with lemons.

    THought you’d like to know, Sue, this was delivered to my inbox today. YAY!

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      Sue 6 years ago

      Thanks so much for letting me know. What a relief that it is working properly. And the “lemons” had nothing to do the website! Thanks for visiting

  2. Michele Bergh 6 years ago

    I love your lemons and love how you are painting with a friend and doing an exhibit with your daughter. How fun to share your work together! I got this in my inbox today too!

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      Sue 6 years ago

      So glad you got it in your inbox. Life is great when things work right!. I’m so excited about the exhibit,too.

  3. Barb Welsh 6 years ago

    Love our like minds, Sue. Here’s for hoping for that perfect day with the top down in your mini!!

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      Sue 6 years ago

      It will be soon, real soon, I can feel it! Oh and trust me- there will be photos, ha!

  4. SOOOOO beautiful over here!
    I could wallow peacefully for a long, long while:)
    reading about your painting
    gives soothing buttery breath
    and I’m grateful….I can feel
    the love you have
    for your art.
    such a joy that is,

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    Sue 6 years ago

    Thanks Jennifer, your poetic responses are a joy!

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