Sorry I went MIA on you, but I've had quite a bit going on these past several weeks.
I had to finish up a furniture painting job (photos to come soon), my husband went back to school (he's a teacher), and a few weeks back I unexpectedly lost my 40 year-old cousin. We were good friends as teens, and even though we had lost touch many years ago, I'm going to miss him. And him being only a year older than me has really got me thinking about what's truly important in life and to not let it slip by mindlessly.
"I arise in the morning torn between a desire to improve the world and a desire to enjoy the world. This makes it hard to plan the day."
--E. B. White
Just found this quote and I love it. It makes me smile.
Ok, moving on.
Here are some shadow shots that we're taken at my client's gorgeous home (the one I painted the furniture for). I love the scroll shadow within the palm shadow. Can you see it (above)? It was caused by the ironwork on the balcony shown below. A shadow within a shadow. How cool is that?
To join in Shadow Shot Sunday drop by Hey Harriet's and tell her "Hi" from me.
And speaking of painted furniture, here's a lil' peek at what I painted on the front of an armoire. I'll show you more this week. See you then.