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Re: A, B, C Game

Posted: Sat Feb 05, 2011 3:45 am
by Tracie Skarbo
mjgartistpoet wrote:Yes love all things Ancient Egyptian - especially the art of Arkhenatens artists - twas the Egyptian Rennaisance

Canada must look so beautiful in the fall

Greening of the Weeping Willow tree - first sign of Spring


It can be beautiful for sure MJ...

I love weeping willows... big smiles.. they remind me of one of my Uncles from Holland. He was such a character. When we used to visit my grandparents in the Okanagan, he would sit out by their weeping willow in the baking sun smearing butter over his elderly skin. It would turn this golden shade of bronze the likes I have yet to witness again. I remember him being so tall and blonde. Oh and he would make these incredible cakes! Each had at least a pound of butter in the frosting. Looking back I am amazed that the man lived as long as he did!

Humanity inspires me

Re: A, B, C Game

Posted: Sat Feb 05, 2011 3:49 am
by Tracie Skarbo
alanminshull wrote:I have a small one of those in my garden and its a wonder to see when the warm months arrive, the colour is so vivid...

Howling wind on a stormy night, when your safe and warm indoors...


Oh those inspire the best ghostly images for me... and a longing. The wind can seem so lonely can't it? As though it is on a constant search for its lost mate, and the moaning is the wail of its torture...

Re: A, B, C Game

Posted: Sun Feb 06, 2011 6:55 pm
by sumthingzen
looking back I think we're supposed to be on 'J' now---

joyfull expressions- (my recent performers are all because I enjoyed the show- whatever show)

Re: A, B, C Game

Posted: Sun Feb 06, 2011 7:00 pm
by Tracie Skarbo
:) Thanks for getting us back on track!

Kindnesses

Re: A, B, C Game

Posted: Sun Feb 06, 2011 7:20 pm
by sumthingzen
Lighting

Re: A, B, C Game

Posted: Sun Feb 06, 2011 8:43 pm
by Tracie Skarbo
Grain... as in wood grain

Re: A, B, C Game

Posted: Mon Feb 07, 2011 1:36 pm
by mjgartistpoet
Homely fires - with friends gathered round

Re: A, B, C Game

Posted: Mon Feb 07, 2011 6:14 pm
by Tracie Skarbo
Ice Cream... when inspiration is not coming through word or images on canvas...I find that chocolate drizzled decadence is always a great fix!

Re: A, B, C Game

Posted: Tue Feb 08, 2011 6:00 am
by mjgartistpoet
I do not eat dairy products but there are amazing alternative ones.
One is called Swedish Glaze in Vanilla Strawberry Rich Chocolate (My fav)
I have the excuse thst my little fridge does not keep it too well so A Whole Tub must, must, Must be consumed in one evening accompanied by strawberrys.

J = Joking around - it brings out the child in me

Re: A, B, C Game

Posted: Tue Feb 08, 2011 12:44 pm
by Tracie Skarbo
mjgartistpoet wrote:I do not eat dairy products but there are amazing alternative ones.
One is called Swedish Glaze in Vanilla Strawberry Rich Chocolate (My fav)
I have the excuse thst my little fridge does not keep it too well so A Whole Tub must, must, Must be consumed in one evening accompanied by strawberrys.

J = Joking around - it brings out the child in me


Biggest smiles... I think I really like your fridge!! :) Joking around and wnjoying barrels of humor are a wonderful thing they say that laughter is the best medicine... I would have to agree with them! I always feel better after a good giggle.

K = kayak---if you ever get the chance to do this, take it... especially in a remote nature area. You get to see so many more animals and experience more beauty when you are on the water and away from the hustle and bustle of city life. My favorite time to do this is in the early morning or late evening... the light, and the mist that hovers over the lake or sea surfaces at those times are a wonderous sight and great times to catch wonderful photos...