This is a very sweet little pug. I can't remember who sent me this photo! People have been so generous about sending images... well, she/he was a good 'model'. I was aiming for looseness. I can't tell, it being kind of late here, if the image is not the clearest. If that is the case, I will swap it out for a sharper one tomorrow.
This is the kind of day it was here: street flooded with a broken water main, turning the driveway/yard and entire street into a frozen river; treated myself to a big cup of coffee, only to watch it slip out of my gloved hand on the way in to the studio as it bounced, intact, down 5 steps, rolled onto a carpet mat, and slowly (well, not really) the lid opened, dumping my entire coffee in a huge puddle on a clean carpet; got my car swiped in the parking lot while I was teaching... and did I mention it was 16 degrees at it's warmest today, without factoring the wind chill?
But I had a great class (I love their energy, enthusiasm and seriousness~!). Paco came to class today at the Art Club and was (mostly) quiet and well behaved, and the President of the club said he was always welcome, and when I got home my son and husband were wonderful, treating me to pizza that I did not have to make. :) Life IS good.
Wow, and I thought I had it bad when I had to wear a long-sleeve t-shirt out today. ;)ReplyDelete
That coffee incident would have set the tone of the whole day for me! LOL Glad you didn't let it get you down and the day ended on a wonderful note!ReplyDelete
Mama said there'd be days like this....ReplyDelete
Hope this one is better!
Pugs are awesome Kelley
Kelley, so sorry you had such a bad day ..... but, I have to admit I laughed at your post (sorry!).ReplyDelete
Your painting is wonderful with this pug and his expression. Good one!
AND, yes, life is good! :-)
I love your spirit!ReplyDelete