I'm linking up with Art Every Day Month throughout the month of November.
Creating art each day: doodling, painting, journal making, stamping, photographing, etc.
Thanksgiving, when I am in NY, for me means at least a glimpse of Kermit in person. Since I live so close to Central Park to not walk over and watch the balloons fly on Thanksgiving just doesn't make sense in my book. So after putting the turkey breast in the crock pot, Superman and I did just that yesterday morning. I always feel like a kid at the parade.
If you look closely there are windows open in the top right corner of the picture - the people there has balloon height seats!
Also, before the parade started someone had let some helium balloons go free. They dotted the sky and I tried to get a few pictures.
I recently have had a few friends express that they miss my photographs. They love the art I've been creating but they miss my pictures so I thought I would share why.
The past year has dealt me some health issues. I have fibromyalgia and have for almost 2 decades. For the most part, self-care and awareness go along way to me managing and living with it, most days I'm fine. During the past year, I've had terrible pain in my knees and after much searching, many doctors, and treatments I've learned that it has a lot to do with my muscles being tight due to the fibro combined with all the day-to-day walking I do living in the city.
During the past year, my ability to take pictures every weekend, for hours, has been limited due to pain and/or fatigue. There have been moments of photography bliss just not every weekend.
This has pushed me to rediscover my love for ink and watercolors.
Thus the reason that you are seeing more art.
What I've learned this past year is that when I am able to be creative (no matter what the medium) my soul dances a little and I am flying high.
Thanks for stopping by, checking in, reading along, and commenting.
Your kindness touches my heart.
Hop over to Leah's website and visit a few other creative soul's who are participating in AEDM.