Papa’s Instructions Pome
Children of ours, it’s your time to play
So listen closely to what I say
To your DNA you must stay true
Here’s exactly what you are to do:
Mama Cold, Papa Cold and their 3 virus babies
Dump buckets of muck
up judy’s nose
Make sure you duck
before she blows
Bang on her brain
whistle in her ears
like a choo choo train
til she bursts into tears.
Pound on her head
jump on her chest
all night long in bed
so she gets no rest
Children, it’s now up to you
judy is yours to do
Cuz Mama is weary
with no app or Siri.
And your papa is tiring
of non-stop siring
It’s Mom & me off to find a new home
Hallelujah! you’re on your own
Practice what we’ve taught
drive judy crazy, make her lazy
don’t give it an afterthought
Spend all your time
making her go outa her mind
The last class for this semester – I continued to play with water-color pencil.
I tend to draw the heads too small . . . or . . . another way of “looking at it” . . . I make the bodies too big. Then again, he is a big guy.
The uneven jaw line is reflective of his beard and mustache.
Bob Blobfish sez: ” Until art classes start again she can practice drawing larger heads by drawing me in the nude”
Irritating Irritated Birds Haiku
Birds of a feather
dislike flocking together
When annoyed, wing it
- Doodle Birds w/ watercolor
S’more Irritating Irritated Birds:
Irritated Birds collage in the Drink
Irritated torn paper Birds, the originals
Irritated Birds collage – Let Sleeping Birds Lie
Cancelled clients today. Not feeling well, probably due to titrating off one medication and starting another. In order to eliminate as many factors as possible to try to find out what is causing my symptom-stuff I’m stopping the meds that may be contributing (under doctors’ supervision).
Received this wonderful handmade card in the mail today and inside was a loving message and
red hearts! It’s the best medicine I could have today!
Ida, Love the artwork, love the colors colors, love the freedom of expression, love the card,
Sacred touch of light
Healing hands expressing love
doesn’t matter how
I met Carol Maleki at an Academy for Guided Imagery 4-day intensive. Not only is she a Healing Touch practitioner she’s an artist. When I saw a small sample of her work I couldn’t believe my eyes.
If you have any idea how difficult it is to paint realism with watercolor, and even if you don’t, you’ll be touched too by her work. Take a look: