Yes, No, I would like to have it, I do not know what it is?
If you have it there is nothing much you can do about it – accept it – go with the flow.
I want it what do I do?
Whatever you did, it has done the trick! I spent the afternoon painting and getting back into my painting groove. 🙂
I think one of the things that has made it hard for me to get involved is that feeling I was falling behind with your lessons. Added to all the other emotions flying around right now I was getting overwhelmed. Seeing everyone’s efforts this morning reminded me that it’s more important to just have a go.
So I decided to follow your free tutorial for my practice today and then start my subscription for your June lessons next week. I’ve also decided to have a go at a portrait for a good friend who turns 40 on Sunday so will let you know how that turns out.
This was an email sent to me after a Thursday morning Let’s Create zoom meeting. It made my day to know that I had helped someone who I know has APS.
If you are still reading and wondering what I am getting at – I have coined a new term APS – Addictive Painting Syndrome.
Why not with so many syndromes around these days, why can’t I have one?
I want APS why dont I have it? APS is s syndrome that anyone can get here are two steps to get you started:
Make an appointment in your busy day with self – 20 minutes is a good start
Pick up a paintbrush and paint a line, and another, and another,
That’s all you need to do to get started.
Oh – judging by the photo – snacks and coffee are always a big help.
This is another image sent to me yesterday by Kerry who claims she finds watercolour difficult –
It was done in response to clapping for the NHS coming to an end.
Is it still a secret, why is it stopping, are things slowing getting back to normal?