This is another small 4x6 painting I did last week with my art friends. The Art Guild is setting up a booth at a local event in two weeks. My art friends and I decided to paint some small cards, which we think will sell easier than large paintings.
The weekend was not very exciting. Toby and I ran over to Lawton to do some errands and had lunch at Los Tres Amigos. Saturday was actually fairly warm, but the wind has been terrible - whipping over the plains. You can go to Jesse's blog and see photos of the Renaissance Fair. Notice that she and her friends are wearing short sleeves. Toby and I started off in sweatshirts, but soon went to T-shirts. After kicking around Lawton, Toby had to do some end of the month closing stuff at H, but he dropped me at home first. Me and the dogs took a big dog nap. Sunday a cold front blew in and was miserable. Not only was the wind howling, the temps dropped to freezing overnight. This morning is cold and windy. I am so ready for warmer weather.
Tomorrow I pick up Mom and her friends at DFW. They are returning from their month long trip to Australia. I can't wait to hear their stories and see what all they bought - not to mention their photos. One of mom's friends emailed that they were going to have to leave their old clothes in Australia to have room for their new purchases. I doubt that is far from the truth.
Also, I have to take Buddy, the toy Fox Terrier, to Mom. He is supposed to be her dog, but we have been keeping him this last month. I have grown rather attached to him - he is a sweet little dog. He and Jack, the Red Healer, are great entertainment romping through the house. Outside, they are even more fun. Jack heals (bites the butt) all the dogs. Buddy takes it all in stride and tries to keep up with the herd, but Zoe, the Great Dane, gets a bit tired of a puppy biting her heals. Ranger, the spoiled Rat Terrier, can't wait to get rid of the competition. I think Jack will miss Buddy.