have you ever tried layering toasted bread, mayo, pepperjack cheese, 3 slices of ham, and lettuce?
well, it's been my latest obsession snack.
and no, i didn't get a picture of it... i was too busy eating it.
this morning i was painting.
big news there, right?
well, there i was, squeezing white acrylic paint onto a plastic container cover . . . and lyd walked in.
we have, in fact, borrowed a few chickens from dad's cousin . . . we had them when they were chicks, then he took them; the roosters and some chickens got butchered [hello, freezer], and some are left alive. heh.
i could never be a farmer's wife.
i get attached to things. even, slightly, to animals, should the opportunity present itself and a semi-cute being.
chicks are cute.
no, not the end.
i'm here to post a painting.... right? :)
i can't keep them straight. lyddie knows who's who.
i don't know what to think of this. it's so dang quirky, and i imagine him speaking in a british accent.
abandoned stache is a pretty darn talented lady. oh, and what do you know, her name is rebecca too. different spelling, who cares. ;)
and this, i love the shading and colors and what it represents.
well . . . the rest of this day holds for me:
music practice . . . [guitar and mic for me; drums for ben; bass for caleb]
bible study with anna and our friend anna . . .
hanging out at, maybe, starbucks afterwards, because in a week or so, our friend anna is off to a one-year bible college.
plus. this day is gorgeous.
what more could you ask for in a day . . .
. . . give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.
[1 thessalonians 5:18]