One of my favorite things to do is to have morning coffee on the porch sitting in the swing while talking with my husband. While the morning sun can get to be a bit much once it pops over the tree line each morning, it sure is nice. I try to extend the "swing season" as long as I can. "Swing season" currently encompasses "daylight savings time". So, yeah, as I write this, my swing has just begun hibernation and my outdoor living area is prepped for late fall / early winter.
It's cold now. Like 32 degrees cold. But just three weeks ago, it was 50 degrees in the morning. And that was a tad chilly. It's all relative. Come January, 32 degrees is no longer gonna be "cold".
So, here I am, sitting on the porch, waiting on my husband.
What you cannot see is the blanket I've used to wrap my legs. LOL. My husband, walking up the sidewalk, got a chuckle. I'm not cold, I said. And really, I wasn't - under the housecoat and blanket.
The background on which the page is built is a mixed media piece featuring a technique called "Drunken Acrylic Reveal". It uses layers of watered down acrylic paint with drops of alcohol to reveal previous layers. The effect can be quite dramatic, depending on the colors chosen and the order in which they are applied. My results were subtle and not at all what I was expecting. I attribute some of that to the brand of acrylic paints I chose to use - as these just don't mix well water water and the lighter colors tend to be transparent rather than opaque when layered over darker colors.
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