You are such a sweet couple (my thoughts, while I was reading this).
Also had to think of the movie ‘The red lantern’. And of a chinese set of brushes and ink etc. in a special box, I once bought for my mother (who passed away 4 y. ago on 23 jan.). So far I didn’t find the box yet. Maybe on a Chinese New Year’s day 🙂
“show up and make something, no matter what!”
Well… I can’t, I couldn’t, I have beaten myself over it & now I can say: so be it
But I’m glad to read that you can live by your motto and I think it’s inspiring to others too.
That makes sense. Once the banana – eh – bundles are harvest, the stem is cut down, as I used to see in Zimbabwe. And new banana plants always grew next to it (and now I’m curious, googling this, yes, this is very interesting! waaw, learned something new today, thanks)
Oooh, I love this one. When I was in Zimbabwe I saw them frequently. The front one looks as dangerous as they actually are, although only when your in their pathway. I always loved to see them interact. Your little group is sweet – those colours!!! – and the tutorial too, how you broke the shape down… :).
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