Blue Ridge Parkway Artist
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I am trying hard to avoid work today which is a laugh. I have already completed the first stage of my latest commission, two loads of dishes, and some cleaning up. Workaholics have a hard time relaxing. I have noticed that when I do watch TV for about twenty minutes I am doing something with my hands the whole time I am watching the DVD. I have tried to stay perfectly still but I can’t do it. Oh well. Better to have too much to do then nothing at all. I am never bored.
Fall on the New River Original soft pastel Painting SOLD
Prints on Wall Art and Household items Available at kendall-kessler.pixels.com
Cascades in Giles County Original 20″ x 24″ oil painting $960.00
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Fiddling at Midnight’s Farmhouse Original Acrylic painting NFS
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Life with The Word and Bird Man – Clyde Kessler
Clyde and I grew up during a time period when people could not put their phones in their pockets. We managed to live without a cell phone for a long time and then realized they were necessary. I don’t think there are many public phones these days. I have to have one for my Art business and Clyde has one because he should have one. Those birds aren’t going to call me from the Blue Ridge Parkway.
No one could ever accuse us of zoning out and staring at a phone screen. To give you an idea of how out of date we are, I bought Clyde a new phone weeks ago and he still has not transferred the minutes from his old broken phone to the new one.
Yesterday I suggested he do that before he is dead. Still hasn’t happened. Maybe in a few days, weeks, years…