I am grateful for the opportunity to present my work and to critique works in progress as a mentor at the Oak Bay Art Club this afternoon.
I am grateful for a family dinner at our house that Julie prepared this evening, with my parents in attendance.
I am grateful for a date night after that, leaving my parents with the lads. We went stargazing at the UVIc observatory for their weekly Wednesday night open house, then topped it off with warm drinks at Starbucks. We observed Beteljus, the Andromeda galaxy, and another dying star through telescopes tonight, and learned a thing or two about liquid helium, which is even weirder than silly putty.
I am grateful for time in the studio this morning.
I am grateful for time with lads this evening, just running some errands and going to the library.
I am grateful for American Made, which is a movie I took out from said library and watched this evening. It was a crazy story, which a little Googling revealed was somewhat, but not all that true. Regardless, enough of it actually happened, or may have, to make it an even better story.
I am grateful for Julie, who stood up for an important issue she saw in our kid’s education, and handled it skillfully and adeptly in an effort to affect positive change.
I am grateful for Eggs Benedict I made for my family and parents today.
I am grateful for time spent painting with Coop in the living room this afternoon.
I am grateful for a cool rock Farley found on the beach when he was out with his grandparents. My dad reckons it is fossilized coral, that’s been worn down into a nice smooth pebble, dotted with circles on it’s surface.
I am grateful for time spent in the studio this morning, which I think makes it every day this week. I completed a 24×48″ painting I started not long ago, and I am pleased with how it turned out.
I am grateful for lunch with Julie and my parents, and for Fanny Bay oysters.
I am grateful for a completed web project this afternoon.
I am grateful for family fun night, my pick. We had my folks over for supper, scrubbed up rocks that are now ready for the second phase in the tumbler, and finished off the evening with an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation.