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Art Every Day Month Day 2 - Photographs

I had high hopes of doing a painting last night! I had the house to myself and everything was peaceful, I got the paint out and was painting for about 15 mins. Then I heard my little wasn't happy, so I spent the rest of my night comforting her. Maddy has got 3 new teeth over the past week and I'm sure there are more wanting to poke through.

I did take lots of photos yesterday and have picked out 2 of my favourite ones.


Maddy was plum tucked out from running around with Grandma.


I had fun watching this bumble bee!

You can click here to see all the photos I took yesterday.

I added a new artist to The Paint Pit yesterday click here to view Christopher's profile. He paints, what he calls 'Pelt Art'.

The youtube clip for the day is an animation of the Starry night painting by Vincent Van Gogh:


My card for the day was: GO NOW!
It is time that you go, either away from a toxic situation or toward something desirable. This card signals that it is the right time to make your move. The conditions are ripe and perfect, and the universe is poised to support your move.

Right time to GO.  x

Comments

Bobbi Lewin said…
That's a sweet sleeping baby you have there! Love the bumblebee pic too:)
Missy said…
Love pictures of babies sleeping in car seats, such a cutie, nice bee picture also.

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