Friday, January 30, 2009

Snow and Fence


Snow and Fence
Originally uploaded by linfrye
Oh so good to be home, though that popular 24-hour virus caught up with me .... still, by the time I unpacked, did some laundry and got my paints out, I was feeling a bit better. A good night's sleep, a welcome home by C and my kitties, a check-in with my daughter and son, and life became less frenetic, and the world was slowly returning to normal, or at least I had enough energy to cope with it! LOL

I wanted to do a quick sketch last night since I was stil a bit under the weather, and since snow is predicted again for Tuesday, I thought I'd do a very fast snow scene that might be seen in my rural NC.

It's overcast this morning, and the sky is pretty grey. I have more writing to do, but I hope to return to the art table for a while ...

Stay warm everyone.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Now that's a familiar scene right about now. I love the softness and can just feel the cold overcast day! So sorry about your virus. Hope your weekend is healing and relaxing.
Hugs,
Lorraine

Teri C said...

Your painting looks as peaceful as you feel.

squawmama said...

Hey Lin... Love the painting... Sorry to hear you weren't 100% but it sounds like you muddled through it... Hope your better today. Have a great weekend

(((HUGS)))
Donna

Teresa said...

Hope you're fully recovered and feeling perky again!

Yay for your painting... more beautiful snow!!

janabouc said...

Lovely work, as always. It sounds like your life has been at double warp speed lately. I've got that bug too, except I wish mine was 24 hours. After 4 days it seems to be getting worse instead of better. I've got fingers crossed for improvement tomorrow. I hope yours is all better tomorrow too! That work stress re layoffs and funding problems is going on at my job too and has been for months.

Joan said...

Sorry to hear you were affected by the bug going around. Up here it's lasting far longer than a day. This is a nice wintry scene...so different from the fall grasses. Stay well!