Our summer has finally hit Spokane, just in enough time to start thinking about school. For our family, there is one more week off before our Marching Band life starts. We hit the ground running and it really doesn't let up until the end of October. I really can't complain at all about summer this year, it has only hit over 90* a few times and our air conditioner has only been needed maybe a half a dozen times. My heart goes out to the states who have had record breaking heat. Try to stay cool!
I have successfully been doing some type of art for over 30 days. I have really been making the time.....a few minutes here and a few minutes there. It has made me feel very accomplished. Kristin has done such a wonderful job at keeping us all motivated about color, check out her blog with all the wonderful links to everyone in our group. This last week it has been all about the color Orange, again not one of my most favorite colors in the world. You won't find me wearing it, in less it is more on the lighter side with a more of a pinkish shade to it. I've tried but it washes me out and makes me have that frumpy feeling. That feeling is something I am trying to get out of with my clothes so I just stay away from colors that just don't work for me. To my art journal I've added a couple of more pages.
Last November I looked out my front window and noticed that everything had this Orange glow to it. I went to my back deck and this is what I saw, totally breathe taking. I love it when God just takes His paint brush to the sky, it gives me so much peace to know He gives me beautiful things to look at.
Our bonus was to use a poem. This poem was shared with me by a friend, we found it tucked into a few sheets of old music from her Grandmother. I felt it deserved a special place, along side a photo taken by my friend Ajae, you can find her here and here. I KNOW this page isn't completed but I'm okay with it. I'll wait for the inspiration to come.
In my garden this year I only have one splash of Orange from my Lilies. I've shared before how amazed I am of how my garden was made for me, full of flowers that I are at the top of my list of loves. These are one of them and if you look close you can see again how God just takes His paintbrush adding all the little details.
This week at Kristin's blog we will be sharing what we have created over the last few weeks. I'm going to also be sharing a few other things I have been working on, that I am pretty excited about. Keep checking back in when you can.