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hot and hazy - yum :)
Hi, Jeane! Thanks for your comment.
Lovin it, lovin it!! COME ON HOT!! Your monochromatic scheme works great here!! I miss the beach!!
Just the way it looks after laying in the sun with your eyes closed...you open them up and everything is orange! Love it. :)
Saundra, thanks for coming by. Yes, you have more reason than I to be ready for the sun!
Hey, Anna, you got it! That's the feeling I was going for. Good to see you today!
I am loving your umbie series (I had a British friend who called umbrellas "umbies"--cute word, no?)This one is very sunny!
Hi, Celeste. I do like the words umbie and brolly (ie?) They are suitably fun short cuts for their source, um-brella-ella-ella!
I'd better put on my sandals to walk on that beach or my tootsies will be toasted! Fun, warm, great painting to bring in March :)
You got that right. The term "hot-footing it" MUST have been created on a noontime Gulf Coast beach walk!Thanks for visiting, Rhonda!
hot and hazy sounds amazing! yay for orange! (i'm settling for mud, here in maine - at least it's liquid, which means we're above freezing!) thankyou for all your kind comments and supportive feedback. elizaberth! (Freudian typo! i meant elixabeth! whoa, another one! i meant( ELIZABETH! (tho, "berth" and "elixa" are 2 good thoughts! :*)
Hi, Martha! Welcome. I have so enjoyed your blogs about your own work and Lisbeth's. I'm glad you like my hazy brolly!
Hi Elizabeth, thanks so much for your reciprocal follow last week!I love your hot & hazy - gorgeous colors! We're far from it here in CT, but it got above 40, so it still felt like spring. Have a great week!Susan
Hi, Susan. I'm glad you like the Hot and Hazy colors. I appreciate the comment!I saw a forecast for 53 for Saturday, and I am jumping for joy.
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