Still in Oklahoma! But, as I worked on my piece this week, I remembered a long lost friend I worked with years ago who was full of the devil. I'm going to share one of her stories. She and her Army Colonel husband were stationed overseas with NATO. They had to attend several parties and functions, and formed a close group of friends from all over Europe. She and the Colonel were with the group and they were all drinking. One of the men was Scottish and dressed in full uniform (meaning a kilt, too). Being of an enquiring mind, she asked if it was true, what she had heard that the men didn't wear underwear. She wasn't the only one full of the devil, for he flipped up his kilt. Getting an eyeful, she turned to her husband and said, "Honey, if ever I have an affair, it will most surely be with a Scotsman."
Working with Diana was probably one of the best work experiences I've ever had...she was a hoot! God bless her! Thanks for visiting!
There are times when it seems you don't know where you are going with your art. Logical conclusion is to keep on going without any preconceived notions. There's a little fortune on the tag that says "You may be inclined to use fish in your art more." Well, I didn't need a klunk over the head (or did I?) to keep on going with it. I guess it's done...hard to tell. :o)
I've been in Oklahoma since 12 December, so I haven't contributed to any challenges, which I do miss, but I'm having a wonderful time. Christmas with my 3 year old grandson was great! New Year's was noisy...Tammy has a big family and they had a party here. Wii Dancing gets going, and look out, they tear up the floor!
Anyway, I am doing some artwork, I used Moonlight Journey's new pastel collage sheets to create this piece...I really like how Becky has colored the images on these sheets...awesome to create with.
Born and raised a city girl (Chicago). Now I live 23 miles south of D.C. Have loved art all my life. Primarily self taught. Raised 3 sons solo and they are my pride and joy. I have a 7 yr old granddaughter and a 2 year old grandson. They are the apples of my eye, and I hope they will love art as I do.