Happy Thanksgiving Eve! I have the week off and I spent 4 days in Sullivan, Missouri visiting my son and his family over the first weekend. We won't be spending the actual day together so we did it early. It's not that I wasn't creative it was that I didn't have Internet access at their home. Talk about going cold turkey, ha-ha. So, I am posting the last few days in this one.
I got great feedback on the painting of the tennis shoes. So I think I will stop obsessing over it and call it finished. I haven't started the next painting yet but I am getting things ready for that. In the meantime, I helped out at my son's church with their Christmas decorating. I created this tree in the foyer.
I drove home yesterday so that I would be here in time for our 3rd dream class. Last night we drew our dreams. I have never done that before and it was totally fun! I am off to Target or Wal-Mart today for the small poster boards and crayola markers we used. I plan to do more of this.
I've posted my photo here. I know it won't make sense without knowing the dream - but dream symbols don't make sense anyway, ha-ha. That is why we are doing the class. Let me just say that shoes are a theme in my dreams and in fact, I had another one last night. No wonder I loved Sex and the City so much. It was all about the shoes! ha-ha.
Today I will be creating my own Christmas magic. The goal is to get my own decorations up today and/or Saturday. I'll be taking a short trip again tomorrow and Friday so I have limited time to get it all done before I go back to work on Monday. However, I've been away from the computer for 4 days and I have lot of catching up to do. It is 10:00 and I am still sitting in my jammies with coffee I've had to heat up twice because it gets cold while I am typing.
I hope everyone has a very special and happy T-Day. Aside from being thankful for my special friends and family I am especially thankful this year for Leah and the Creative Every Day family she has created. I do appreciate the opportunity to share, your encouraging comments and the fact that I was motivated to do a painting - start to finish in 2 weeks. That has to be some kind of record for me!