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Thursday, March 7, 2013

Rambling On

Two more projects~~done.  I've been staying busy with orders that should have been filled months ago.  I know, shame on me.
 No excuse is good enough, but at least I am done and over it.
It's been a while since I have had to paint on this particular medium.,
deer skulls.
 Click on each photo for a closer look, if you wish, and
please do criticize honestly.  The deer is the young buck that my grandson harvested with his bow and arrow, his first buck, taken in 2010.
I hope he likes it.  I painted his lil buck from a photo taken with the trail camera the same week in the maples.
 This one is for a friend who hunts in the oak woods behind the barn on the edge of the hills.  I do NOT like it.  I don't think I should continue to do these so this is another ' freebie.'  My fingers just cannot walk the walk anymore...grrr
 At least the Split Pea Soup was good...
as well as the Orange Banana Pecan Bread.
Now, how am I supposed to watch my caloric intake this way?
 Just imagine the 'shock' when 3 little boys announced that they

' Had Worms! '

Noah, Sy and Ben were pulling a fast one on Grandma!
and secretly, I loved it.
They shared one of those worms with me....have you ever had one?
THEY ARE AWEFUL!!! 

Thanks for stopping by to read these ramblings.
You are just precious to me.  
LoveYouAll and
BlessYourHeart

10 comments:

jack69 said...

wonderful. Always a thrill to stop by. Nice paintings on the skulls. You are fantastically original.The food and the kids are great.
Love all your pictures.

time to get to bed down here. and a Good night to you my dear.
The best to the man, BIL!!!

Chatty Crone said...

Oh Dar - your grandsons are just adorable - so sweet and then the trick with the worms - why do they like them so much,

No I didn't think those paintings were good - I think they were GREAT - AWESOME - you are so talented.

And you know what my favorite soup is? PEA SOUP!

And I love banana bread - made in a flute pan - what a great idea.

Love, sandie

Chatty Crone said...

Oh Dar - your grandsons are just adorable - so sweet and then the trick with the worms - why do they like them so much,

No I didn't think those paintings were good - I think they were GREAT - AWESOME - you are so talented.

And you know what my favorite soup is? PEA SOUP!

And I love banana bread - made in a flute pan - what a great idea.

Love, sandie

Shug said...

You sure have some cute guys there...eating their worms!! I can only imagine the shocked look!!
I love finding out new things about my friends...I somehow did not know about your talents...These are beautiful!! good job dear friend..
have a wonderful day!!

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

That's gorgeous work!
And gross worms;)

Paula said...

Three little boys teasing. what more can you want?

Dee said...

Your grandsons are as cute as mine :) I should take a little break myself to get some of my art work completed.glad your back :)

~mel said...

Can't figure out why you always knock your art work? They look great! And I know everyone that you've ever painted deer skulls for have been very happy with the outcome. Sooooooooo.... quit knocking yourself down! Love ya.

Cher' Shots said...

I agree with Mel. Knock it off! I haven't painted on a skull in years but I do remember it's not as easy as it looks. The boys cracked me up!
'love & hugs from afar'

imac said...

Lol worms haha, great works.