A line on roses
Black marker on Moleskine paper
8 x 10 inches
Barbara Muir © 2015Today was the actual Canadian Thanksgiving Day. We had
our celebration with the family on Friday, and decided we'd
have a special treat tonight at one of our favourite restaurants.
It was a beautiful and very cold day. We sat on the back porch
watching the wasps who would otherwise be interested in us,
devour the maple syrup we'd put out for them. Watching
them was mesmerizing and very relaxing, and we could have
watched the crew of about 14 come and go, and jostle for
position. But we had places to go.
So we went down to the lake. It was magnificent there -- big
sailboats anchored in the bay, blue water sparkling in the sunlight,
children playing under the trees, couples in love (like us), a
woman running by talking to her mother on the phone through
headphones and telling her that some of her behaviour caused
tension. Seagulls floated in the air about us and we were as happy
as can be.
Then tonight we dressed up and went out for dinner. It is supposed
to be very cold tonight so I cut lots of flowers from the garden and
brought them in -- now the kitchen looks so festive.
The roses in tonight's drawing, could be an Inktober drawing but
I did it four years ago. To me roses are celebratory, and although
we don't have any at the moment we have a lot of garden flowers.
Happy Canadian Thanksgiving. October in our family is packed
Have a loving your life day.