Hope: Dot you are terrific in poetry writing. Dot: I always feel my muse looking over my shoulder as I write.
Hope: Abby your paintings are unbelievable! I especially love the one you just did the other day. Abby: My muse helps me select the perfect paint colors for each stroke.
Hope: Mabel your piano playing is so soothing to listen too. Your fingers seem to flow over each piano key. Mabel: My muse points to each piano key I need to press next.
Hope: Nins your stitching, embroidery are flawless. The aprons you did for Christmas are so meaningful to all of us. Nins: I always feel my muse helping me pushing the thread through each stitch. Embroidery patterns from Loralie Designs.com
Dot, Abby, Mabel: Hope you have the gift of “gab”!! Hope: My muse never stops gabbing!!
I just love people that start telling me a story and then all of a sudden they become vague on the most important issue.
The police were so vague on what happened at the pier yesterday. Even the newspapers were so vague. I guess we will have to wait until their get more evidence.
Dot: Look how vague the description is about the new painting. Hope: What do you think it’s suppose to be? Dot: Your guess is as good as mine. Hope: Maybe they should turn it around! Dot: Hope, you are the only one that would think of that!
Have a great day! Hope
Clip Art from Bing.com and Google Open Clipart.org
Hmm! Rube, rube, rube. Have you ever worked on something for hours? Then once you step back and look at it. It suddenly comes to you, if I would have painted with red and gold instead of green and yellow, my project would have been done sooner. It could have been completed in eight (8) hours, instead of ten (10).
Next time I work on a project this size I will step back a few times and see what’s happening that will make it easier to complete.
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