Yesterday would have been a perfect painting day, but I’m a native of these here parts. I knew it was probably the last day we had to winterize before Mother Nature dumps snow on us. So my laddie and lassies and I moved and stacked the seven face cords of wood we’ll need this winter, raked the turf and swept the driveway, rolled up the hoses, trimmed the roses, and put things away for the season. We get lots of snow here in Rochester, and not being prepared gums up the works.
Conversely (and perversely) the day we met to shoot my how-to-paint video was miserably cold and windy. Why can’t Mother Nature cooperate?
|Serina Mo filming.|
But Serina Mo did a GREAT job with it, and I've learned just how much of a Buffalo accent I really have. Enjoy!
I will be teaching in Acadia National Park next August. Message me if you want information about the coming year’s classes or this workshop.