Forms, forms, forms! Every time I turn around I have to fill out a medical form which seems like a snap until I take a close look at it. I either have a lot of information to dig up or I am asked questions that don’t seem to make sense about future medical expenses.
I call one office about the questions and they ask me to call another office and that office asks me to call another office. Yikes! It really is a Monday!
Time to get back to art stuff so I can smile! Here is my latest Heart Whimsy painting!
Such a beautiful day but I didn’t get a chance to get out and enjoy it. So much to do here and then our church had a great Benefit Concert for Beans and Rice, a wonderful group that helps people out as much as possible.
I wish I had taken pictures of all the terrific musicians but I was too enthralled listening to them, especially Tim Brower! He played a number of great pieces on the organ, including my favorite Bach fugue! I have the music for the piano but the Tocatta and fugue in D Minor sounds best on the organ.
Peggy’s Garden Original 18″ x 24″ Acrylic Painting NFS
I don’t have anything from the Word Man today – at least nothing that I can print but we both got a big laugh out of a Daffy Duck funny on Facebook!
Daffy is at a bar and two large women with accents are sitting across from him. He asks them if they are from Scotland and they say Wales, you idiot. So Daffy says, “Okay, are you two whales from Scotland?” He didn’t remember much after that.
Well, as usual, we made a lot of disparaging remarks about other motorists on our way down to Christmas celebration with relatives. Everybody seems to be in love with our bumper no matter what the speed. Clyde is a careful driver and will go over the speed limit five or seven miles to try to prevent bumper kisses but it never works.
Oh well! We got there without being rear ended and had a great time! Always great to get together with family. All of us are really into yakking and laughing! Hope everyone had a great Christmas today!
House in Christiansburg Original Oil Painting has been Sold
I still have a couple of Christmas chores that I will do as soon as I get off the computer. Looking forward to family time tomorrow and taking it easy. Hope everyone has a great Christmas! If you don’t celebrate Christmas, then Happy Holidays! My rear end is getting real sore sitting here so it is time to get going!
Boats on The Chesapeake Bay Original Watercolor Painting has been Sold
Clyde does not like cell phones. He hardly ever has his on and oftentimes doesn’t even take it with him. He pays about seven dollars a month and is required to add at least 60 minutes every three months.
He just added more and now has 1000 minutes on his phone. I told him he could probably call Mars. He said the Martians would probably offer a lot of rocks in exchange for hamburgers. I think I will keep my hamburgers. Rocks from Mars does sound interesting but the only time I am not hungry is right after eating so…no. Keep your rocks, Mars.
I finished the second stage of Flower Fancy and I am not sure if I will stop at this point. It is completely different from the first stage. They may as well be two different paintings with the same subject matter. Anyway, here it is!
Flower Fancy Stage Two 10″ x 8″ Acrylic Painting NFS
Clyde and I have been married for many decades. I mentioned to him the other night that we have been married for a zillion years. He said he thinks it was before the invention of paper and pencil. They had to put the license on a rock.
Please click on my latest Youtube! Hope to have another one soon!
Such a beautiful day! I need to wash some windows before it gets too cold. Yeah, like that is going to happen. I have a great idea for a new painting so that is where I am going after I get part of this done. Will do the rest later. Cheers!
Usually when I talk to Clyde he comes up with some quip that cracks me up. This time I came up with something that made him laugh which is no easy thing to do. He is a tough audience while I tend to laugh so hard the neighbors from down the street complain.
Anyway, he and I both tend to have a negative view of progress in technology. We are always worried about the consequences of certain advancements. Now it is the drones we are concerned about.
I mentioned to him the negative view we seem to have about technology and he said it isn’t the technology he is worried about. I replied that maybe it was the stupidology that oftentimes follows the technological advancements.
Made him laugh! Yes!!!
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