Wednesday, May 12, 2010

It's May 12th already.

Flowers from my second son, for Mother's Day. Sunflowers just make me smile, they are such a happy flower.
This picture is FOR THE RECORD. This is my oldest son, Justin and my oldest cat, Cleo. Cleo is 12 years old, I think. Justin was quite pleased to have a purring cat, on his shoulder, while he took a nap.
Up until now, Cleo hasn't had much to do with anybody besides, Zeus and I. She has mellowed in her old age.

One of my grandchildren has given me a present of their cold. My head is stuffy, my neck is sore and I'm dragging myself around the house. I'm hoping that after my second cup of coffee I will feel more upbeat. The weather isn't helping. Another COLD, RAINY, DREARY day. It's a day I have to be in the studio for THERAPY'S sake and I think it's good for my cold, too.

The Baltimore Orioles are fighting over my two feeders. This is the third year that they have nested in the yard and I guess extended family, even in the bird world, doesn't always get along.

The morels have popped up in the market again. It's a very short season because of all the rain we are having right now. They are expensive but such a treat. I am cooking some up tonight to serve with our chicken and wild rice. They are another wonderful sign of the change of seasons.

:)Bea Sing, dance, paint, draw, sew, hammer, whatever you do, feel the joy of creating!

8 comments:

  1. Hope you feel better soon.

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  2. Thanks Yvonne, I went out and got some Hot and Sour soup with some steamed rice. That always seems to make me feel a little better when I'm under the weather. :)Bea

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  3. I used to live in Indiana and we ate morels. Now I live in Maine and no one has heard of morels. I miss them. Eat a couple for me.

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  4. Hope you feel better! It's dreary and cold here too. I have to admit, I've never heard of morels.

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  5. The gifts we receive from our grand children :O)...it is still worth it though. I love the dear photo of your handsome son with the purring cat..such a peaceful aspiration for us all. I would love to go to Chicago for the workshops also but it is not physically or financially possible...my fatigue is a constant companion and the weakness drives me nuts...a short drive for sure :O). Maybe next year we can find something we all will enjoy. Imagine and Live in Peace,Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

    HUGS FOR TOMORROW!

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  6. The morels were delicious. They grown only on dead oak trees, I think. :)Bea

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  7. Thanks Mary Helen. I treated myself with some kindness yesterday and today I feel back to normal. I ate my hot and sour soup and took a nap. :)Bea

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  8. What a great photo of son 2 and cat. Contentment. I, too, was given a cold by my 2 grandchildren! So generous aren't they? I cannot believe there is any more snot in my tubes. It seems never ending!

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