Shari Blaukopf “The Urban Vignette in Ink & Watercolor“
Thanks to window swap I was able to have my morning coffee looking out a window in Riga, Latvia. Thanks for sharing your view, Hanza.
I’d like to add some details after the paint dries, but who knows what the day holds.
Of far away places via window-swap.com
Listening to the latest edition of The Economist this morning, the word “spacecraft” made this happen in my gray matter.
…this. The other ways look odd.
You get to see all 4 at once.
Will you try to determine which one was the original?
Will you try to determine which you prefer?
Will you read this far?
Will you look at objects in your environment and turn them in your mind?
Will you swipe without opening?
Will you pick a favorite part?
Will you name the tools?
Have a great day!
The watercolor is incidental and unrelated to 30 years ago today.
30 years ago today, my grandmother died. She was the glue holding the extended family together. Others have flirted with this responsibility, and had moderate success. Grandma did it like it was second nature, and completely effortless.
I’ve known more years without her in my life than I knew with her in my life, and that leaves me a little melancholic. I also know how special her presence was in my life, and how lucky I was to have her love for the years I did, and that leaves me with gratitude.
Thanks for stopping by!