For those of us who hate high heating bills or being colder than we want the time for warmth has arrived.
The sunshine we had on Friday was glorious with temperatures rising into the 70’s F then rain followed yesterday which was a good day to pop into Aldi’s (I’m new to this place but I like it) and I grabbed just a few things and we were off for home, from Portsmouth, the rains stopped for a bit which was even better.
Oddly enough I painted on Friday inside on and off until I had to go get my injection in my shoulder which has been in horrible pain for months maybe since I fell in January, but I had never put the two together as the black knee and lower leg kept my mind off the rest of me.
Here is my painting with lots of greens I assume because of Saint Patrick’s Day or spring arriving.
I had laid my custom mixed colors onto a very wet piece of 140cp piece of paper and let them do their thing until it dried a bit so I could lift out the building and to also add some details.
I also shot so many photos of the wildlife enjoying the sunshine with me, caring less I was outside reading a book with them. I think shooting them through the glass does them no justice as they are so beautiful when caught through the glass of my Nikon.
My Mallards flew in to say hello and to beg for some cracked corn maybe the water being so deep from flooding, caused by those beavers, keeps them from getting to the riverbed for yummy things or simply they came to see me and now with Avian Flu here in New Hampshire I pray the ducks remain healthy as all the neighbors’ raising ducks and chickens will lose their flocks as it spreads through droppings.
The wildlife is also loving the warmer weather, and all will have young here soon enough. This morning a raccoon woke me at 3:30 am turning all the outdoor lights on in the backyard. Sorry no photos I was too sleepy.
Enjoy your day and stay safe.