Winter Wonderland

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It truly has been a winter wonderland here lately.   I like snow.  It’s pretty to look at, and Finnegan loves it (he’s a snow baby- born December 23) but I’m getting a little tired of the relentless downpour of it.  I even had to shovel my own driveway today and did a spectacularly terrible job of it.   It’s so bad that it’s kind of good.  At least I tried to convince myself of that.  Didn’t fly with John when he came home from work but he understood as my arms are apparently made of sock monkey stuffing- his flattering description, not mine.

I’m hoping to finish two more Miss Moon paintings this month but I will be taking a little time off over the Christmas holidays.  Lots of family stuff.  Lots.  In the new year I will finish up the Miss Moon series by early March and I’ll keep you posted about the book.  I seem to recall that the release date will be in September but I could be mistaken.   I will also be getting back to some more interior pieces and style based paintings too.  It can’t be all about dogs now can it?   And for those of you who might miss my series work, I have something special coming up after Miss Moon ends.  It’s a fable- or fairytale.   A short story told through paintings.

Wishing everyone a happy and creative holiday season!

 

 

 

5 Responses to “Winter Wonderland”

  1. Where are your mittens young lady! ( OK my dog steals them too and I look far less fashionable.) Your new year paitings plans sound delightful. Thank you for all the gifts you share here and Merry Christmas!

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  2. Mundane tasks like snow-shoveling are beneath the artiste. (And you should stick to that story.)

    We haven’t had that much snow, but I’m already sick of it. And the ice. I’ve already fallen once. Boo.

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  3. Hi Janet,
    You and Finnegan look like you’re having great fun!
    Wishing you, John and your entire family a most Merry Christmas and Happy and Prosperous New Year!

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