Monday, November 30, 2009

Happy Hour

Aren't they happy?
That's how I feel today having to come back to real life work.
This was my last prepped background for the Sketchbook Project.
No worry, I did three more this morning.
For some reason I was late for real life work.
Expect Monday,
Sharon

19 comments:

  1. Too funny! I'm the one on the left :-)
    Happy Monday!

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  2. I know in these times we should be grateful for having a job, but I can't help but feel like the girl on the left come Monday mornings :)
    These are beautiful!

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  3. Sharon once again, your work is fabulous!!! The color is so rich!!
    Maybe it will ward off some of the Monday blues!!

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  4. Oh I wish I could think of some wonderful words but all that comes to mind is WOW! These are yet more beautiful work!

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  5. I am enjoying all of this series you're doing about time. Your art is always so rich with color and I love the expressions on your women's faces.

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  6. Sooo inspiring - those faces are how I feel every Monday morning at work.LOL

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  7. I'm happy to finally have an hour on the computer to catch up with you. I see you are well into the "time" theme. Wonderful colors, not blue Monday at all.

    Darla (in CA)

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  8. Retire, I'm telling you, RETIRE already!!

    Sharon, I'm loving your pages in this recent journal. You are a whiz with color. But you knew that.
    Hugs,
    Sally

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  9. The one on the right looks happy-the one on the left more pensive-could go either way! Thanks for your visit and lovely comment! I was late for work today too-Mondays!

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  10. It was a tough morning for me too! I felt like the girl on the left! Great colors!

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  11. In the beginning of the 4 days one feels like so much lovely time.
    How it can vanish, just like that.
    My time still does that I go to paint or quilt and hours are jut gone. Those faces did give me a smile tho. I did see people like that today.

    I like this very much, it says so much. No matter the faces it is a stimulating painting. I can relate. I always think painter, author, if I can relate it feels good.

    Emelie

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  12. Amazing, I am not sure how they made me feel, but they did not make me smile. Maybe it is to close to how I feel right now....so much to do, so little time.
    A nap, that might help. Hugs, Mary

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  13. I arrived navigating here.. and I am charmed with your work... your art journal is fabulous.
    Big Hugs
    Yasmin

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  14. This is how I feel going back to work! Love the color Sharon. It's so rich.

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  15. Don't you like working? I know it is really hard to work and is very tiring but if you really want what you are doing, you will enjoy it. Have a nice day!!!

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  16. they do look a little pensive....heh. I need to get back to ceating...got to make some Christmas goodies.

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  17. Votre travail est remarquable, bravo, j'aime beaucoup.

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  18. I love the colors in this one and the expressions on the faces. I would hate to have to choose a favorite from among your spreads. It would be purt near impossible! LOL

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