Summer is in full swing here on the farm. The vegetable garden is growing gangbusters- and so are the weeds! Weeding is what I do instead of a hobby. The results are worth it, though.
It’s a busy time of the year for work on the farm….oh, who am I kidding: it’s always busy. Our lambs are growing;
Yes, it’s almost that time of year again. No, not tax time. That should be over for most of us, unless you are very naughty and LATE. No, it’s nearly time for the start of the Season at Mackinac Island, and with it the annual opening of Mackinac’s Little Gallery.
My collages are lucky enough to go on vacation to this beautiful place. Here is a new collage in progress bound for Mackinac:
March arrived roaring in our little corner of La Belle Province and it shows little sign of quieting down. Here we are, the first official day of Spring, and it is snowing. Again. Apparently Mother Nature wanted to celebrate the Vernal Equinox this way:
My daughter and I recently outed ourselves as “cat people”. Not that we don’t love dogs, but we have come to realize that we share a deeper affinity for cats. Go figure. Whenever I have been asked which is my favourite animal, until recently my response would have been most assuredly dogs! But now……?
To me this feels a lot like the time I discovered that despite many years of believing myself to a Generation X Slacker, I was actually a member of Generation Y. Indeed, I missed true Slackerdom by one year. ONE YEAR! Stupid demographers.
Anyway. You might be wondering what the point is. If you read this blog often, by now you have probably figured out that there is seldom a point. If you are looking for real literature or thought provoking ideas, I suggest the library. And I, meanwhile, in spite of my cat loving nature, continue to make art featuring – yes, you guessed it- DOGS!
“Eric” is available from me via my website.
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