Tuesday, March 29, 2011


No spectacular sunrise needed a change of scenery anyway....

 The longer the pups and I were out, the nicer it got.

 As soon as we got back in the house, they had to look out the back window.
 Could not wait until I took their coats off.
Most of the water is gone from the outdoor arena, now it just has to dry out.  Notice the amount of snow left in the back fields.
 I had this brilliant idea that I could hold my class in the Studio Barn. 
 Made sure everything was out there...
 Put the little heater on....
 and it never warmed up enough!  So, we were back in the house.

 Donna was back from her travels....yey!!!!!!  Finishing up her drawing of a tiger.
 Tina started a new drawing of a Highland cow and calf.
 Mel was doing a watercolor of a lighthouse.
Meanwhile, the temperature got up to a whopping 42 and the kitties spent the day outside.

As the day went on, more and more snow melted.
It disappeared out back.

We got dinner to go...just didn't feel like making anything.
It's almost 7pm...Gary is out moving manure to the gardens and I am going to go out by the fire.
Night all.


  1. I can't wait to see Tina's drawing!!
    Is that dried allium in the pot?

  2. Looks like you have green under the snow though =)

  3. The light on the fern! Beautiful!
    Glad you are starting to dry out finally.

  4. fun day!

    Aloha to you
    from Honolulu!

    Comfort Spiral



  5. Pity your barn didn't warm up enough,it is the ideal place for your classes! That fern is so pretty!

  6. yes please use any pictures you like,would love to see the end results.

  7. Every time I see all those blankets all i can think of is that you either a) have a front loader or b) you are really good friends with the lady who runs the local laundromat lol


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