Coloring: Day 2

I’ve never been able to help the fact that I’m easily amused. I’m extremely grateful for this fact—especially during these past few days (or weeks, or months)—when it’s so easy to be moody.

I know that my coloring projects aren’t “originals” but they are dear to me nonetheless, so I’m going to share them damn it! πŸ™‚

I’m tempted to print some and color them for real, with colored pencils or maybe I’ll even whip out my paints that I bought back at Christmas and never used (shame on me). This new hobby is SO RELAXING! And it’s so hard to get excited these days—when we’re still so restricted—so I will take what I can get.

This particular page (that I’ve edited just a tad) comes from Judy Clement Wall, who is an artist, illustrator, and author, so click on the link if you feel like joining in. She has even added a quarantine selection which I just discovered, so I’ll be visiting her pages again.

That’s all for now. I just wanted to share my “Cool Cats.”

There Are Two Means Of Refuge From The Miseries Of Life: Music And Cats.

Albert Schweitzer

Have a wonderful day!

Word of the Day Challenge: Moody

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My name is Janet, and I'm located in southern California. My blog is rather eclectic, featuring art, photography, and a little poetry, as well as short pieces of fiction (now and then). I also share about my walk of faith, and my journey through recovery from alcoholism.

7 thoughts on “Coloring: Day 2

  1. Another thing we share in common: “easily amused”. I’m also easily entertained, thrilled…and sometimes, impressed. Have a blessed week, Janet ❀

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  2. You should color for real! It’s therapeutic. Having my daughter around is a great excuse to color…. Beautiful and vibrant, btw! πŸ’•

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