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I was just getting sick the weekend of the USk worldwide walk. I managed a couple of sketches that were not painted until later — I’ve wanted to paint the marigold City Market in Autumn against fiery trees… now that … Continue reading
Lest you think that the saga of the quarantine will be forever, I think this is my last post on the quarantine days. *they are now with us, you know* But really, it is a testimony to the power of … Continue reading
For most of my life, cats have been deterred and trained with a squirt gun. These two are not succumbing! Yaman loves water… more on that later. Savitri doesn’t like it but she is so tenacious that only a time … Continue reading
The ice-cream-stick game. The only good thing to come from the botched kidney stone surgery! Began with Jai and Kamala, and now the torch has passed to Yaman and Savitri. *sammy looks at the sticks, then at us, as if, … Continue reading
It is not nice to be scared but they are so freaking funny when they are… Yamantaka (who I keep calling Charlie, as in, “Listen Charlie…”) was running pell-mell with his new-found freedom in our studio when he came face … Continue reading
I am sure there are hundreds of amazing and honest foster parents in the world, but ours wasn’t one of them. Because of her lies and antics, our guys cost us roughly a thousand dollars more than they “should” have … Continue reading