I know, I know…no excuse for the lengthy gap in posting. Not that I have not been working, because I have. In fact I am working on illustrations for over a month now for a children’s book. I’ll talk more about that more later. I am close to finishing. So, yay! But spring is here and summer will follow…so I will be outside playing in the dirt every chance I get. There might be more gaps in my blogging. 🤷🏻♀️
I have painted three paintings in 2021! That’s not bad, even if it’s slow for me.
Yellow Scarf thoughts:
Personal power and fulfilment, abundance, courage and self-confidence. The color Yellow has stands for for wisdom and intellect throughout the ages. It aids logic, memory, concentration, will – power and communication. … Yellow represents happiness, clarity and sunlight. A scarf can be a political statement, and can denote a wearer’s affiliation or beliefs. Early 20th-century crusaders for women’s rights used their clothing to promote their cause, wearing scarves in the movement’s colors: white, green and purple. During World War II, scarves expressed nationalist sentiments.
And the sun had on a crown Wrought of gilded thistledown, And a scarf of velvet vapor And a raveled rainbow gown; And his tinsel-tangled hair Tossed and lost upon the air Was glossier and flossier Than any anywhere. James Whitcomb Riley
Peace & Health,