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Upstairs in my living room, there is a table in the corner. A few plants are laid out on the table, actually with lots of books in reality. The corner place is where I sit in the morning. There with a cup of hot strong coffee with lots of milk, I think, read, contemplate, and pray.
The plants are very pretty when sunlight gets into the room.
The pink Orchid my husband brought me last Valentine�s Day, two roses on a vase, an innominate plant my friend Sara gave me, and the plant supposed to live in the desert Sunni gave me years ago, they are there to greet me in the morning.
I also had three African violates I grew out of leaves. Those I placed on a bench so I could move them back and forth toward the sun. I also grow green onions that I use for cooking.
The corner was inviting and I wanted to paint them. But I didn�t have enough room upstairs to set up my portable studio. I brought a big wooden easel and positioned next to stairs, heavy traffic area. Lol. I placed 30x40 in canvas, pallet knives, and oh my goodness all the paints.
Faris, my dog, usually sits nearby when I paint down stairs didn�t know what to think perhaps.
He�s been so careful walking around the easel and light cords. He occasionally smells the paints. He is being used to these. But after I applied thick painting, I found his tale being very colorful. His left ear was orange and his tale was red. I moved the easel as high as I could, but being a tall dog, his tale still could reach the canvas.
February 27th, 2013
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