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Friday, September 10, 2010

Live from the Laundrymat

...and surrounded by the moat of my own ladywear drying in the sunlight streaming through the windows.  No pictures (no thank you) but I will tell you the rainbow spectrum is sparkling.

Just this morning I had the profound realization that it was Friday (as I opened the kitchen windows and thought "Oh no, we forgot to put out the trash for the Monday morning pick-up.  Can I blame that on this phenomena I've heard of called "chemo-brain" where you are forgiven for crazy thoughts?  Either way, it's been one of those weeks were you can never quite pin down what day it is) and that I'd not said a peep since Monday.  Not for lack of things to speak of, nor for photos to share, not even for feeling under the weather.  No, in fact I've felt shockingly good, electrified even, full to the very brim with ideas and imagery and an unprecedented jolt of energy.  It's been one of those weeks where I've simply had to follow the muse, giggling and skipping all the way and throwing bolts of sass like Artemis slinging arrows.

And I've done some giggling.  Mostly due to cheeky little faces like this one giving me the smirk.


Hello sass-a-frass!




And this one, he's QUITE the little ham.  [Is is not quite kosher to refer to poultry as ham?  Discuss amongst yourselves...]


Ferns make my heart beat.


Oh yes.  There are feathers to be had.

All this to say, I had originally held grand plans of a Sea Stone release party in the Etsy Paint shop but was struck with an inspiration that has held me captive the last two days.  SO, next week then?

In the meantime, as soon as the biblical flood of laundry has been folded, I'll be heading into the clinic for Round Two of my Chemo.  Followed by checking out for a long weekend of sleeping and not much else.  Luckily I've worked on fattening up with bagels and cream cheese.

See you next week lovey doves!


kerin rose said...

thinking of you to-day and wishing you heartfelt hugs, and lots of restorative rest, you!

Anonymous said...

I walk with you...

love and light

ps LOVE the creations!

Indigo Swallow said...

Babe's I got you in my heart and in-between my folded hands.

EmeliaRo said...

OH for the LOVE... the colors and pattern on that fern rock forced a small bit of drool out of my mouth and onto my keyboard... for heaven's sake... I knew I was a lover of rocks but SERIOUSLY?!!?!? Swoon.

EmeliaRo said...

PS: DUDE, you are a warrior poet. (BEST LINE EVER in a children's movie, spoken by Morten the mouse in Horten Hears A Who")

Marie said...

What fabulous painted spirit-rocks!
Sending you "hugs" <3

Connie said...

Beautiful paintings. good luck.

Mum said...

My love to you, Sweets.

Can't wait for the opportunity to purchase a print of one of these wonderful little collections!

Sleep peacefully and blissfully.
I love you...

mme. bookling said...

I am a tad uncomfy with the expression, "moat of lady wear."

Thinking of you all over myself.

UmberDove said...

Feeling the love. Absolutely.

UmberDove said...

Also, EmiliaRo - how much do I love that line? SO MUCH!

EmeliaRo said...

...that line is in a neck and neck tie for "best line in a childrens movie EVER" with this one from Despicable Me... "IT'S SO FLUFFY I'M GONNA DIIIIE"

Snailentina said...

Good luck with everything pretty lady. Can't wait to place those stone somewhere sacred. One I finally get my journaling desk they shall sit there.

resolute twig said...

these (and YOU) are amazing.
I mean, really.

Sending armfuls of love and care your way...

MrsLittleJeans said...

Good luck on Round #2...the stones are so very very pretty...see you soon after R and R!