|I can do anything when I have bungee cords, including painting on all sides of a buoy. (Yesterday's objections retracted.)|
It was 54°, rumbling, and pouring rain here this morning. Nobody wanted to be outside; my suggestions to walk were summarily rejected by my son, my husband, and my personal coach, in that order. So I went upstairs and spent some time with the mermaid I’m painting for the Penobscot East Resource Center. “You’re complaining?” she whispered in my ear. “That’s typical weather for us mermaids. Why do you think we wear these silly shell bras?”
|Back of the buoy, a lobster boat.|
As soon as she dries, she is going in a box and traveling back to Maine.
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