And speaking of crops, this weekend we're planting our winter veggies. Artichokes, Brussels Sprouts, heirloom tomatoes (purples and pinks), Broccoli, and Red Cabbage. And of course, our rampant chili plants are producing and should continue well into the season.
I painted three canvases today. I had gotten a shipment of paints that I was salivating over and just HAD to use them. But, I have to say, painting really tired me out today. As I mentioned earlier, I took my last dose of the weekly chemo pills, Xeloda, today, but I was not feeling very good. I am still having some problems with nausea, which will hopefully start to go away. I can barely eat. I've lost four pounds since I left the hospital...those guys were really making me chow down! ;)
That's one of the paintings I did today. Wendy said it reminded her of a Military Macaw, and I can see that. I did try to make it feathery. Speaking of Military Macaws, here's a picture of my beloved Gypsy.
Now, sleep well, all... be safe, keep warm or cool as the case may be. :)