Monday, 20 July 2015

Winter yellow's


Winter finally arrived, cold and frosty. My kind of weather. I love Autumn and Winter.
I've been kept busy and pottering around at home as always. A stomach virus hit home and everyone was layed low for a while with that but now things are improving and hopefully I can start blogging again.



 The rose is from dad's roses, the last before he pruned them. This one opened up by the kitchen window and gives a wonderful scent. It now is drying in pot potpourri.


I've also been painting. Just a few small ideas here and there. 


A little bit of stitching has been happening on various projects.


Chicken soup for happiness and health of course.


Washing up. As usual.


Ideas for my paintings. 



I hope everyone is having a good day or evening where ever you are.


4 comments:

  1. Fabulous visuals here again. That painting is evocative of many things....what is the light at the edge of the woods?

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  2. I was wondering how you were Shiralee. I thought you would be at the meeting on Saturday to meet Rhonda so was hoping you weren't sick. Glad you are back on deck once again.

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  3. Oh I wish we could have roses in winter! The yellow are my favorite ones. Glad you are all feeling better. THere is nothing like chicken soup to help with that! :)
    Your painting and stichery are beautiful. Very talented! Thanks for sharing them.

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  4. Hello. Your roses are beautiful. It takes real talent to grow such beautiful flowers. I love the painting you did; the light in the forest is amazing. You are very talented indeed. I paint a bit but I really want to learn how to do needlework. The piece you shared is very lovely. My best to you for a wonderful week.

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