Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Memorial Weekend

I painted over the weekend and have two pieces ALMOST finished, but had a bit of a glitch on the one piece so painted over what I had sketched and started over so neither piece is completely finished. Do any of the rest of you change plans in midstream like that? Well, I'm afraid I do it and sometimes way too often. That is my reason for a non-picture post today!!

I took a drive through the cemetery and it was covered with hundreds of American flags remembering our fallen soldiers and those that served, and it reminded me of our military still involved at war and the concern about their ongoing safety. Say another prayer for them tonight, will you.

Hope you had a really good Memorial weekend.

Laurie

5 comments:

Sonia ;) said...

Laurie,

I have scratched and gone over many projects...Ive even tossed to the waste basket....I was looking at a project yesterday and said to it..."What would you like to be?"...of course it didnt talk back...maybe thats a good thing would have scared the bajeebies out of me. I have walked away and come back next day and went why didnt I think of that yesterday? LOL...

((((Hugs)))

Smiles,
Sonia ;)

yoborobo said...

Hi Laurie!

I think these little projects have minds of their own, and sometimes, they just mess with you! LOL!


xo Pam

Chicken Lips said...

I know what you mean Laurie about starting over in midstream... been there so many times myself! Have a wonderful and creative week.

Designs By CK said...

Popping in to say hello and wish you a wonderful week Laurie!

I'm sure the re-worked piece(s) will turn out smashing! '-)

PS: Thanks again for the vote of confidence with my web layouts...did not mean to make you feel bad! I work just as hard on my sites as I do my art!

SpOOky Hugs,
mE ((-:

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