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A Whirlwind of Color


Have I already mentioned that I am in a painting frenzy at the moment? Rocks, warped boards, planter pots, dishes, and whatever else comes into my vision when I have leftover paint on my brush and and plate. Waste not, want not is me.

I mention it, again, if I have, because there is a three-foot metal rice dispenser outside waiting for me to finish painting. So, not much chatting from me today.

Would painting something a day keep the doctor away? I'm good for months, if that's so.


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  1. painting a day??? works for me..
    More color in the world . . . JOY!!!

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  2. Love the planters, especially the one on the table :)

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    1. Thanks, Eunice. I like how the yellows and oranges came out to play on that planter.

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  3. I went looking for fall color in the trees yesterday but nothing much has happened here yet. You make your own.

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  4. I've never heard of a rice dispenser, let alone a three foot one . . . what does one do with that much rice? :) . . . you are a whirly wind indeed! :D

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    1. Eat it, lol. Rice was the Mama's staple grain to eat. Mine too, for that matter in present tense. One of my favorite meals is a bowl of rice with a sprinkle of soy sauce or a whole lot of kim chee and an egg.

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  5. You need to follow https://pam-lifethroughmyeyes.blogspot.com/ if you don't already. She painted the stepping stones in her garden. Last week she was showing off different painted dressers (not hers). She would totally agree with you that there's lots of stuff to paint.

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    1. Thanks for the link, Liz.. I haven't seen that blog yet. Stepping stones, oh lady.

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    1. I like to think that in a parallel universe she and I are creating garden art together in her back yard.

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  7. Just don't start painting people like Gene Kelly in what a way to go. I like it though, very colorful stuff going on. I had a table just like that.

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    1. hahahaha, Today I pretty much painted and modpodged my hands. I'm glad you like the fury of color. A couple of green tables like those sit in the front yard.

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    2. My weird hippie neighbor sits in my front yard.

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Thanks for the good cheer. :-)

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