Sleepy Sundays: Afternoon Naps

Afternoon Naps
Afternoon Naps

The origins of the art I’m sharing today are simple. This was merely an old view from my childhood during afternoon naps that were a rule when I was a certain age in my household growing up. There was an old wooden window that my family had draped an even older brown sheer curtain over. The sunlight used to beam through it, especially during this time of year. When I told the story to a loved one a few nights ago, I was inspired to recreate the view through art.

It’s shocking how much it reminds me of that time. The whole piece just takes me directly back there.

Do you have any vivid memories that stand out from the rest? Are you a visual thinker?

Have a bright & beautiful Sunday!

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Simple, Solitary Things

Sometimes, when in deep thought, I snap shots like these.
Writer's Block

Waiting in the Wind

Hello there Sun

Dandy Dreams
The top photo is edited to create the illusion of colorful, painted bricks. The rest are untouched.

These were taken on a short walk yesterday.