Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Daily Practice - Rainier Cherries, Take II


More cherries. This time a WIP as not only am I back into a competition painting . . . . and I've lost a painting. A painting someone wants to buy! EEEEEEEK! Of all the dumb bunny, really idiotic things I could possibly do, and right now of all times, I've. . . Lost . . . A . . . Painting. 

It's not really lost. Just misplaced, right? And I just don't have a clue where it might be. I checked in all the logical places. Not there. So, I tried some illogical places. Not there either. I haven't torn out the studio yet as I really don't have time at the moment, but this is getting ridiculous! I know it's in the house. Somewhere. Here painting, painting, painting . . . .

5 comments:

  1. ...you made me laugh! I hope you find it soon. Nothing is worse than that feeling of not being able to find something. (I feel it a lot!) :-)

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  2. Whoo-hoo! Congrats on someone wanting to buy the painting - that's really great!!! But do you think you could convince them you painted it in invisible ink? Good luck!

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  3. Sorry, Laure... but like Kelly, I had to laugh too. Let me know if calling lost objects works... I'll start calling too!

    I'm sure you'll find it... probably when you're not thinking about it, it will come back to you (hopefully!)

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  4. You're so prolific, Laure. I admire you! I hope you find your painting--Murphy's law, eh?! Congratulations that someone wants it! That's exciting. I hope it turns up soon. This is wonderful--I love seeing you in the midst of things, watching it develop.

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  5. Very visual post, Laure - I can just imagine you tearing up the house in a panic! I hope you find it soon and in good condition.

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