Still Life for a Spring Cold

Brown Micron Pigma ink and watercolor in homemade sketchbook, 5×7″ (larger)

Need I say more?

I had a quiet, restful weekend, got enough sleep, didn’t stand out in the wind painting, and what do I get for it? A cold! That will teach me to slow down. Maybe if I just keep moving as fast as I usually do, always staying busy, the darn bugs don’t have a chance to take hold. The minute I slowed down they went to work.

Or maybe the cold was already taking hold and that’s why I chose quiet indoor painting this weekend?

With some Vitamin C, tea with lemon, and chicken soup, I’m usually able to kick a cold in 24 hours. That’s what I’m counting on this time.

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Drawing, Life in general, Painting, Sketchbook Pages, Still Life, Watercolor
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  1. Talented even when sick! Hope you beat that cold.

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  2. Oh Mercy!! And yet youpaint despite it all!! Feel better, hon — I agree — talented even when sick!

    I’ve managed a wee bit of exercise with all the meetings, tours, rain …. sigh …. get thee well!

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  3. Oh, feel better soon, but I love the still life!

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  4. Hope you feel better soon… Take care of you!

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  5. Even your “still life with cold” is interesting…not the cold though. Hope you kick it soon…

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  6. hope you feel better! I like the brown micron pigma. I might get one.

    by the way, I’ve finally changed blogs: petescully.com, more of the same.

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  7. Hope you feel better soon Jana! I believe in the same things…and drawing them will bring their function to life!
    ronell

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