Sunday, April 18, 2010

Silver Liningness Sunday

Happy Sunday everyone. Whoo, these weeks are just a-flying by!

Just over a week ago, I decided to go on the coffee wagon... again. I do this every now and then just to test my state of addiction. I'm glad to say that I don't miss it, and I don't miss cleaning that press every day. No, I have not gone caffeine free, just coffee free. Tea is my substitute and my friend. *takes an audible sip*

Yesterday, we awoke to much fog. There was a very medieval feel to it. I went for a jog in the fog almost expecting to have some Tolkeinesque character emerge. That didn't happen, but it was still an interesting jog. In the fog.

Being in an ancient times state of mind from the fog jog, I later sketched a Viking ship, but alas my planning was not so good. The thing rowed right off of the page, so it is headless. Well, it was fun while it lasted.

Run With Lumber preparation continues. I think I'm getting as anxious as the school kids.

This morning, once again, greeted us with thick fog. But that soon gave way to bright sunshine, of which I am also a fan.

Time to go play.


Judy said...

YAY! PLAY! I'm all about playing.

And, the perspective on your picture is fine, even with the boat rowing off the page...shows maturity in your drawing skilz.

terri said...

Yes, the weeks ARE flying by! Wasn't it just January 1st a short while ago?

I like your headless ship.

Adam said...

I LOVE the fog more than what's probably healthy. It's got a lot of mystique to it; reminds me of medieval epics and Silent Hill...I enjoy it every time I can.

Scott said...

The "headless" ship looks hilarious! I've learned that, with writing, nothing is ever wasted. You can throw away an entire written piece--but the experience writing it will still benefit you with future writing. I'm sure the same is true with art!

Beej said...

Didn't we JUST get through running with Lumber? I really think we JUST did that.