Marisela I think the Covid thing will come to be like TB and polio.They surface once in awhile and are taken care of right away. It might even be like the annual flu shot. While you work your daily art and other things think of all the others doing theirs and know that you never walk alone.
Charlie? New project? Now you have me going!!! And I agree with Philippe’s take on those horrid frozen dinners EWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW preservatives etc etc. This Italian cook is aghast. Speaking of which tomorrow is spaghetti day — and the day I paint the tiger swallowtail butterfly I snapped on an early early morning walk awhile ago. It sat there…[Read more]
Marisella see a chiropractor and always always bend your knees and do a pelvic tilt (stick it out) before bending. And always bend your knees before lifting. Strain doesn’t always hurt when you do it and it can catch you later. Take care and see a c hiropractor once a month for sure for maintenance.
Ayna Paisley, Art schools have one way of doing things: their way. Better to learn on your own and come up with your own little tricks and methods, like Jean Haines says. Your work is beautiful!! I definitely will check out your website.
Well Charlie, sniff, I will miss your daily missives and sketches, sniff. I look forward to seeing you when you do make an appearance. Enjoy your pizza — fried rice, red pepper, baby choy, and garlic for dins over here.
Mou Saha your story is amazing — and if you really want to see verdure and nature at its very best (okay I am being arrogant here ) come to BC Canada’s Okanagain and bring your art tools. The vista is absolutely stunning.
Smart woman your mother to get you started at such an early age. Thank you for your story — your work is lovely and so is…[Read more]
Charlie, Yes swearing in Italian does it for me although it comes out in sentences which mean not much and sound absolutely ferocious. Jean Haines, well known artist, teacher, and writer, tells us to put salt on the paint where we want it, and to cover that with plastic wrap and then work the wrap into shapes. I put the palette on top to hold it…[Read more]
Charlie when I told my doctor how much coffee I drink and how many chocolate bars I eat in a week his eyes fell out of his head. He said no more than two cups a day and no more than two bars a week.When I escalated to the huge Lindt bars (that chili chocolate is heavenly) he said one a week (1.5 squares a day hehehhe). So I quit drinking…[Read more]
Charlie, 500 grams a month. That is 125 g per week. A block of cheese is 600 g so I cut it into six portions, take one and cut it into four, and leave the last one alone. Then I package a portion and a quarter portion per week. The last portion is for little squares maybe for the following month. So a daily cheese allowance is not very much. Way…[Read more]
Yes Charlie I know. I find humour in almost every situation and even found a funny at a funeral. People don’t always appreciate it (dour folk with no right brain activity, sniff) but I don’t let that stop me. Have fun and don’t ever leave that inner kid at home without you.
A month? But Charlie you mentioned popcorn a few days ago and I suggested Becel margarine with garlic (you strain it before it goes in the popcorn). For a change most of the Orville Redenbacher corn popped so I ended up with a gigantic bowlful. Ate it all by myself too. Yummers. It’s sold here in Ontario but you can likely get it online. Emjoy!!
How could anyone get bored with our Charlie??!!!! Yeesh what a concept. Are you and your inner kid going to hang around after July I hope?? Love your owl! Listen closely — you might hear a little story!
Charlie did you ever try popcorn without salt, and with a healthy margarine (we have Becel in Canada and I am sure you have an alternate: canola and sunflower oils and Omegas and 6). It is sooo gooood I eat a whole bowl by myself — only once every couple weeks though. Oh I simmer it with garlic first.
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