Grateful for: Kelsey's life. Praying for her family.
Quote love: “It is strange how we move forward in some things, and stand still in others, and go backward in yet others.” Alan Paton
Taylor is going fantastic, so far. Classes yesterday were canceled, which made for an easy day. At this point, the most difficult thing has been the 50 pages of Puritan lit I had to read yesterday. I'm looking forward to the easier, more interesting short stories and poems that I'll have later in the semester.
So I drew something the first day. It's not outstanding in any way, but maybe you want to see it?
The requirements: draw two hands holding something organic. Any guesses as to what my organic object is? Hint: it is leafy at the top. You eat it. It has lots of fiber. And it's green.*
I'm not a fan of the slick, icy, polar bear weather we've been having. I can handle snow, but ice, not so much. On the bright side, it's been producing some really wonderful sunrises.
A few weeks ago I was informed that this photo turned up on We Heart It! It didn't bother me as much as it might have, mostly because it's flattering that so many people liked it. Anyways. The product of this little discovery (thanks, Jillian!) is a work-in-progress watermark. Exhibits A-E above.
How have you been spending your snow days? Lots of reading, hot beverages, and sleeping? Sledding as much as possible? Let me know!
* haven't guessed? It's celery.