Warm Up: Bunny in the Rain

It’s one of those days. You know them. Days where you don’t have any media stimulation on at all (no radio, tv, music, twitter, etc.). And the clock on the wall, the ticking was too loud so it was removed. All I can hear are the leaves blowing in the breeze and a squirrel in the far background, fussing about something. A dog now barks in the distance. Sometimes you have to create your own peace.

6 Responses to Warm Up: Bunny in the Rain
  1. Jazz
    September 22, 2010 | 12:16 pm
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    I wish I could take my colleagues and remove them so I could create my own peace. Envy here.

  2. paula
    September 22, 2010 | 12:27 pm
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    I know. I do have the luxury to work in isolation. Sometimes I would LOVE to have colleagues around to draw energy from, though. Both have their pros and cons, and if one is immersed in one or the other, the ability to choose the other is usually not there.

    I tried using as few a variety of words as possible in the above. : )

  3. Mary Jane
    September 22, 2010 | 12:52 pm
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    That umbrella reminds me of one I lost a few months back.
    I understand the mood. Listening to rain drops falling can be peaceful, especially if you have an umbrella to sit under.

  4. Jess
    September 22, 2010 | 3:32 pm
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    I love this picture, it’s so bright and cheerful! xx

  5. Dan
    September 23, 2010 | 9:05 am
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    Hey Paula, just discovered your blog recently. I absolutely love your work. Your paintings are so much fun to look at. I’ve just subscribed to your RSS feed. Looking forward to seeing more of your work. Dan

  6. paula
    September 23, 2010 | 10:45 am
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    Mary Jane: Oh, bummer about the lost umbrella! The rain can get pretty loud under one, though, when it’s a deluge. Thanks for commenting!

    Jess: Thanks!

    Dan: Hey, guy! Nice to have you as a follower! I appreciate that! I have put you (along with all these others) into my reader, now, too! Love your work as well. Thanks for leaving a comment to say “Hey”!