Saturday, June 27, 2009

New day, new painting

Tears on the glass

worlds passing through

floating through starsong

sending blue

Well, survived yesterday

not without a cig mind you

but with very very few

so I am happy with that

and today will be fewer

and they really taste like shit you know


Got a party to attend this afternoon, for the naming of ex husbands new son

and a cottage to fly to also

for some love and giggles with my peeps

all is well


quite well indeedy

I finally finished a new painting :)

and am working on two more

but don't hold your breath anyone

this is a slow process these days



Anonymous said...

Big hugs to you!

Kathleen said...

Glad you are painting ... even if it is a s-l-o-w process.

Ciggies do taste shittie ... even more so after you have the last one!

See you tonight ;-)

Daria said...

Love today's painting ...

Kerry said...

The painting is amazing.

What a talent you have Michelle.

Congrats on the sale of the house. Isn't it funny how this chapter of life for your mum and yourself ends with the same house.

Kinda speaks of the finality of it all.

Looking forward to seeing you fly to the cottage this evening. Please just try to avoid hitting my car :-)



Cynthia said...

Beautiful painting, Michelle...and may you have many more cigarette free days!! Just make up your mind and you will feel free. <3

Esaya-Ran said...

love the painting...will see you tonight hugs xxx

Evil Twin's Wife said...

Wow - that is incredible. You are very talented. Good for you on making progress on quitting smoking! You can do it!

Anonymous said...

Love the new looking for direction in my own and have barely touched a brush in weeks.....we must do a combined exhibition soon....seeings as we are both just so freaking talented and poor ( he he)....w.w.

christopher said...

Michelle, I stopped by for a read and got engrossed in the stories. I think your art is full of wonder. I get here from time to time, spend my time trying to get a feel for the Australian facts. I root for you and your quitting smoking. That was a decades long deal for me. In the end I quit smoking in 81 and chewing in 91. It amazed me that I could.

Half A World

All so far away,
might as well be galaxies,
at least half a world
to you from where I
sit trying to gather in
the essence of you,
of your passage through
days and days.

I look at what
you have left behind
for me and from it
claim I'd know you anywhere,
if you called my name.

Michelle said...


How cool is that.....:)


Anonymous said...

shall I keep going? :)