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After celebrating our oldest grandson’s Bar Mitzvah in Jerusalem last spring with 16 family members, my husband and I rented a car and drove through Tuscany, Italy. A favorite walled city was Luca. Most European hotels include breakfast and the … Continue reading
I have not been present on WordPress for awhile. A construction project on the Cape has scooped up all of my time and energy. I miss my WordPress friends and I really miss my daily painting a lot. But, all … Continue reading
Watercolor painting of Sandpipers on the coast of CA. Original Sandpiper photo is by a dear friend, Fredda Z.
Real daisies in their vase. I am very inspired by Jana Bouc, a great pen & ink watercolor artist. Because of Jana, I am giving pen & ink & watercolor a try. It’s so much fun because I really love … Continue reading
The three small pictures were not bright enough. On the fourth try, the big picture, I think I finally got the colors to represent the bright colors on the kayaks. Whew! Paines Creek, Cape Cod. Summer 2012.
A delightful, sunny day at Paine’s Creek with my grandson. Original photo at Paine’s Creek.
Since my retirement from teaching a year ago I became a garden enthusiast. I discovered that I love the blooms in spring and I also love the fading flowers in fall. This is my backyard.