I think it's FANTASTIC!!! I do need that color boost today!
Thanks, Carol. I was grouchy, irritable, and not breathing into the too-much I had on my plate. I figured the quickest way for me to center was to paint impulsively for a few seconds. So I did. Felt good. The color boost was good for me, too, as was the bit of sunlight that fell on the canvas when I went to photograph : )
Angry marks, O.K., I can see that. But this is a little piece of joyful anticipation. Scribble some more Dotty! :)
See my comments to Carol above. The marks were a way of grounding myself, of getting back in touch—literally—with the quiet, still place in me beyond grouchiness and irritability. I was so glad I took those few minutes to paint, even though I was pressed for time with my first tutee of the day about to show at my door. In minutes, I had a bit of happiness to prop in front of me for the rest of the afternoon : )
I see a happy house of sanctuary on the messy branches of life! Even in the grouchy, you found a little bliss (well, for the rest of us, anyway!!!) Wishing you a day of sunshine, bliss and loud guffaws.
Jen, thanks for shining light with me onto the messy branches of life—definitely found snippets of joy in painting my little happy house of sanctuary! Thanks for your good wishes, and back atcha!