8:55 am –
Finn and I hauled our groggy souls across the puddles in the lane and up the path to the studio this morning and just like that…
we both had smiles on our faces.
Not only was our quarantine delivery box full…
but the scents of a friend left behind
had both our tails wagging.
Thanks to you Sue,
our coffers are full to brimming and the added bonus
of saying hi over the sack of flour…priceless.
I’m only back here for a quick dip
because it seems I forgot to add some artwork to yesterday’s post.
There is only one painting from the archives which speaks…
nay it screams
all the colors of green that are burgeoning here in the studio yard…
Fiddlehead Primavera – 2006
From my salad days.
After a long day of framing pictures at the Harvard Coop
I would make my way home
from Cambridge late in the evening.
The Red Line bus would stop at the
Star market across from the Mt. Auburn cemetery.
The overhead electric cable would often slip its grip there so I
sometimes had enough time to run in,
grab a bag of mussels, the fiddleheads,
some butter and a bottle of wine…
and make it back on the same bus.
All for under ten dollars.