Thursday, June 30, 2011

Cutting Fruit

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I went out to dinner last night with my Canadian kids and this time, in addition to forcing me to drink lots of wine and good food, they poured ice cream straight down my throat. Torture. And then, as I was walking home, the wind picked up, and a huge table umbrella flew away and hit me right in the head. So much for coming back to Canada. Here are a few pictures of the evil-doers. And here I thought they were sooo nice.


4 comments:

liz wiltzen said...

Ow! Most of our umbrellas are friendlier than that, you must have caught one on a bad day. :(
Great painting Carol, especially the scissors!Sorry we didn't get a chance to hook up pre-workshop. Next time!

Julie Ford Oliver said...

Good for you Carol - a red, white and blue painting just in time for July 4th It is a little beauty of a painting too.

Linda Popple said...

Yes, they do look nice and calm! But looks can be deceiving! :-)

Love your painting. The scissors are amazing. And your narrative soooo funny!!

Lisa Daria said...

Those reflections on the cherries lately are stunning! (And now I want ice cream - but I'm deathly afraid of the umbrella that may follow. . . ouch )