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Gold Grazer

Gold Grazer, 5 x 5 inches, Oil on Board 

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This was painted today from photo's I took last fall.  Not that I'm rushing seasons, but it was hot outside today.  Not that I'm complaining, BUT I had to refill the dogie water dish twice. Not that I want to be a cry -baby, BUT I had to water my raspberry patch.

Ever go to a place to eat, only to find out they don't take credit cards, not even a local check?  Wiped out my wallet.  "We have an ATM"  Oh, that's nice BUT I don't have a debit card.  I'm so careful with my starving artist's income, that I purposely don't have a pin number on my credit card.  So even though this ATM was all shiny and enticing, It would just reject me.  

On the positive side, my granddaughter is gracing me with a visit.  On the negative side, she was with me at the restaurant.   Oh did I mention she is 13?  Wow, how embarrassing can life be.  I'm just glad I'm not her mother, I would have ruined her life.  It's a two way street being a grandma.  You cut your grandchild more slack and when you really need it, they cut you more slack.  Whew!

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  1. Honest story and I feel for you. I have been caught without my money at a store and restaurant. The store was fine, I apologized to the cashier and put it back, but the food was a whole different matter. Blushing remembering.
    MY grandkids are 9 and 6 but they would snitch on me to our son in a heartbeat...the little darlings'
    After all that I want to tell you how much I like your art. You are very good!

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