The garden is in full swing and the hummingbirds and bees love to dance among the flowers.

Our weather has been warm days and cool evenings which makes for lovely sleeping…. now if only those darn mosquitos would just go away.



You enter the studio and doubt follows you like a hungry ten-week-old puppy.

Doubt is happy to be with you today.

Doubt is your studio assistant.

Doubt can cause you to quit before you start painting.

Doubt destroys enthusiasm

Doubt smothers inspiration.

Doubt waits patiently for the perfect moment to discredit your creativity.

Doubt is persistent.


The brilliant director Francis Ford Coppola said,

“I don’t think there’s an artist of any value

who doesn’t


what they’re doing.”

Doubt is just part of the deal.

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