Day 24

I know today is Sunday, but it sure felt like a workday. It was one of those non-stop days. Make breakfast, return video, plan meals, buy groceries, put them away, do dishes, clean kitchen, make lunch, buy packing materials, wrap painting to ship tomorrow, fold laundry, work on a crappy painting, bake a lemon cake, work on a crappy painting some more, make dinner… I like the photograph I took and altered of the glass of absinthe & bottle much more than the painting, so today is another photo. Now I understand why the Sabbath is supposed to be a day of rest.

Rob and I have clean bedding to relax into and a pretty bottle of Beaujolais and some lemon cake to sink into for the rest of the evening, all 1.5 hours of it, and that’s my plan. Back to the drawing board tomorrow, folks! 🙂


5 thoughts on “Day 24

  1. Mmmm….Lemon cake…

    Before I even read your description, my first thought was “absinthe…” Just something about the color green and booze makes my mind go there. 😉

    What’s with the “crappy painting” though?


  2. Rein says:

    WOW! You had a busy Sunday! And you baked a cake? Impressive 🙂 I want some lemon cake and Lambic.
    I love this photo! Cool angle and the colors are rad, it looks like a some kinda cool tonic 😀 love it


  3. bluebicicletta says:

    Busy day! I like the part where you wrap the painting for shipping—sounds like a sale to me! Even though that’s work, that’s good work. I love this photo–it’s so atmospheric. I also like the part where you sink into clean bedding with wine and cake. Hope you had a slower Monday.


  4. P.S. The crappy painting isn’t that horrible after all, but the thing is that sometimes an image is best expressed in a certain medium. In this case, the photo was better than the painting, so I figured it won that day.


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