that you've done everything you were meant to
do on that day. It's been a long day and I've been
working from before dawn almost to the next
one. And aside from a touch of fatigue it's been
great fun. My students were eager and funny
today. My colleagues taught me new techie skills.
In the studio one of my clients was a superb model
today and I enjoyed her sense of humour and irony.
October flowers in the students' vase
Watercolour and marker on Arches paper
12 x 14 inches
Barbara Muir © 2010
But there is a frost warning north of the city, so I
hurried out into the garden and gathered another
mismatched bouquet like the one pictured here.
Yesterday I picked morning glory stems for the
first time and came down to breakfast this morning
to see one had stretched out of the vase and around
a candle stick. A nice one too. I thought the morning
glory had good taste. So I did a quick little watercolour
to commemorate the day and as a toast to the best
Thank you to Sean for planting it early while I was up
to my ears in paint and shows and goodness knows what.