Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Sketching Soothes my Soul and Saves my Sanity


Today's Sketch from George Stubbs' Whistlejacket
I've been getting back into sketching during my convalescence. Today I copied George Stubbs' painting, Whistlejacket. Sketching and painting takes me to a place where I am not aware of myself, the present, past or future. It connects me to a power that is much greater than I am. Without this outlet, I probably would have been much less content than I have been during this ordeal.

 "If you get into the habit of sketching, you'll never be bored." ~ Me


George Stubbs' Whistlejacket

ROM Cam Walker

After reading this blog post by one of my favorite bloggers, I ordered my cam walking boot online  Read the comments for this post if you are in the market (or may be) for a boot yourself.


 Yesterday I got my cast cut off (again).


I got new x-rays and was fitted into my new stylish black boot. About 10pm last night, it started hurting. When I took it off, I could see it had partially cut off my circulation, so I am wearing it very loose today. I see the physical therapist tomorrow and will request more information on fitting the boot properly.


Spring has sprung here at the Sandarosa. Jerry took this photo of a momma turkey and her brood from the kitchen window.


And one of Chuckie the Woodchuck under the bird feeders, yesterday.
(Does Chuckie have nipples or am I seeing things?)


And Fuzzy Tail, congratulations, looks like you are expecting twins!

There's never a dull moment around here at the Sandarosa Animal Sanctuary!

The Feral Cat Saga continues, but I'll leave that story for next time.

Have a great evening everyone!