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Friday, May 11, 2018

Hi Everyone!
Hope you're all well!
Everything is budding and turning green!
So happy the rhubarb is doing well!! I love rhubarb!!
I'm down to one and a little bit left in my bags of earth. I have a lot of transplanting to do, after May 24 weekend. That is a "rule" in Canada, never plant anything before that time, because we could have frost or snow. Actually, last night, we did have frost!

I finished another painting. Here are some progress photos.
Finished painting,
"Hi Beautiful Soul, I'm Here For You" (6" x 8" wood panel)
Big Hugs πŸ˜ƒ

33 comments:

  1. Totally love this crow..what a gentle spirit, the way his head is tilted is so beautiful! Yay, your garden is looking fab..very lovely..enjoy! Yes the May 24 rule..!!have a sweet wkd.

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  2. Wow!!! Stacy your painting looks almost 3D... fantastic and I love the title, too!!!
    You sure are working hard in your garden!
    Please wish your mom a Happy Mother's Day from me πŸŒΉπŸ’πŸπŸŒ·

    Big Hugs ❤🐝❤

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  3. What a beautiful, serene painting!

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  4. Isn't it an exciting time of the year? And the green is such a joy.
    As always, I love your painting. And your celebration of the corvid family.

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  5. You have been very busy and your garden is looking great. Yummy rhubarb! Great new painting, too, thanks for showing the progress shots. Have a wonderful weekend, BIG hugs, Valerie

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  6. So nice to see Spring finally arriving in your corner. I like the bright blue and orange background of your latest painting. Really uplifting.

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  7. Everything is finally green here too! "Hi Beautiful Soul" is a beautiful painting -- and perfect for Mother's Day!

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  8. I like how the image wraps around.
    We're to be in the nineties today. Frost sounds really nice.

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  9. I love this one. It speaks happiness to me.
    It's been green since the middle of February. We are having temperatures in the 90's during the day and 60's at night. It's so beautiful when mother shows off her beauty.

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  10. Oh wow, love this one Stacy! Especially the bright and positive colors. The crows expression is so serene.

    Huge hugs!

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  11. Beautiful painting! I've never tried rhubarb, something new to try.
    love & blessings
    ~*~

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  12. Like the wrap around painting, great idea.The flowers are budding here also. I love that rhubarb also. YUM!

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  13. Your painting has a poignant and powerful feel, like the crow has a deep hurt or secret that it is keeping hidden. Loved your baby leaf and new flower photos. I take pictures of new plant life too!

    I love rhubarb, and it kills me that I have to pay $3.00 or $4.00 a pound to buy it ~ especially since it grows like a weed back home. I succumbed a couple of weeks ago when I saw some especially beautiful red rhubarb. I made a scrumptious rhubarb strawberry crisp. Yum! I wish you lots of enjoyable rhubarb pleasures!

    Sending you a big hug, Stacy!

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  14. Love your new painting! I'm sure you are happy to see trees budding! We are cold, windy, foggy today.

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  15. It is always sooo good to see your paintings come to life, bring born in shape and color... As someone who can't paint to save her life, I'm always impressed when I see the initial lines being turned into something that looks right back at me while I'm watching it. Pure magic.

    And your yard is looking glorious.

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  16. I too love rhubarb..rhubarb is cool:D, but your painting is even cooler :D XXX

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  17. With as many cooking shows that I watch, you'd think I would have tried rhubarb by not, particularly in pie, but it hasn't happened yet. (lol) Another wonderful painting! Hugs...RO

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  18. It's great, isn't it, when everything starts getting green again! Love your painting, especially the bright orange and blue touches. Have a happy week! xx

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  19. Here's hoping for good gardening weather to arrive soon.
    That crow has a beautiful soul indeed.
    Hugs

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  20. Hi Stacy,
    Isn't is wonderful seeing everything bud again? Plants and trees are doing well here too however the temperatures are still depressing. Your new painting is fantastic!

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  21. I live in the US in Alabama. We picked fresh blueberries today.
    R

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  22. I always love seeing your progress paintings. Your new one looks great!

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  23. Oh I love your painting it is beautiful and the thought behind it is as well. Your garden looks lovely, I hope the plantings go well.

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  24. Certainly looks like Spring! We just got our garden together and all planted. Bought a bench for sitting and put up some trellis fence for the peas and for a little privacy. It's still just a container/driveway/border garden but it gets so much lusher every year. :)

    My heart had been heavy as I saw a male sparrow land on our roof who could not use it's legs. It's wings are fine and it flies fine but it cannot grab ahold of anything to land on say, the feeder or a branch. . . I spread as much seed and bread crumbs under bushes and on the roof as I could hoping he will find it. Any advice??

    The painting is delightful! Another lovely creation from your soul Stacy!

    BIG crow hugs!! XO

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  25. Beautiful painting!! We had frost last night too. It looks like more tomorrow night as well. I've planted my potatoes, planting more today. They are in containers so they will do okay even with a little frosty night! Everything else has to wait until end of May!

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  26. Awesome to see everything budding. I love seeing the earth awaken. Can't believe you had frost the other night. It has gotten chilly here at night- but hasn't gotten to frost level in about 2 weeks I think.

    LOVE this painting. Just beautiful!
    ~Jess

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  27. I love your crows, but I love the backgrounds just as much. Sometimes I want just the background paintings. :)

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  28. The Rhubarb isn't yet in season here in Germany. The stores are laden with strawberries and asparagus right now.

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  29. So glad to see these springy glimpse from your garden dear Stacy!!!

    this is really a blessing after long dark grey weather :)

    i thoroughly enjoyed the progress pics of you new painting which is exquisite and delightful to look at!!!

    wishing you more blooms and happy plantation my friend!

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  30. Stacy I absolutely ADORE this painting!!!! Now I have a new favorite of all your paintings,lol! Have fun this weekend!!! Hugs!!!

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  31. Such lovely photographs you've shared.
    Your painting looks great.

    All the best Jan

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