“Artists see with their hearts. They bring beautiful color, magical music, and wonderful words into a not so perfect world. A gift they share with everyone.”
~Toni Armenta Andrukaitis
I like to think of myself as an artist, writer, and amateur philosopher. Student of many, master of none. I am a work in progress. Here is my day in a nutshell. (Because I’m a nut.)
I woke up at 7 am, checked emails, wrote a letter, called Mom, drove to Zumba, busted a move and thank goodness not a hip for an hour, glowing red faced, changed, drove to Art Club of McKinney meeting by 10, lunch with fellow artists, visited friends at Sweet Spot Bakery on the Square, went over to the Martin Place for Elaine Adam’s memorial art exhibit by 4, scurried home, went for a walk 5-6, and now writing this blog, then off to a divorce support group at 7-9. This is a typical day for me. I LOVE IT!
Well, never got this posted before my support group. It’s after 9:30 pm, and I’m finally able to take a breath and finish this post. This group session tonight was an eye opener. It makes me realize how very lucky and truly blessed I am. All I can say is…and this is not like me at all…but the world is truly F’d up. I need a drink!
Now, for some photos of my day… Art Club of McKinney guest speakers.
Lynne and Jeni won prizes for the monthly member artwork.
Lunch with the art gals at Cookie’s Mexican Restaurant.
Elaine Adams’ fantastic art show memorial at the mARTin Place. A beautiful tribute to a lovely and talented woman.
Elaine’s sweet husband of 61 years, Gil, family, and friend, Lynne.
The sky was gloomy and drizzly, but the sun kept trying to peek through while I walked.
The local ducks two blocks away from their pond were having a picnic on a neighbor’s front lawn.
“Here comes the sun…”