1. Sometimes I find things to do to keep from having to admit my painting is not going well, or to keep from having to frame something...shudder! ... like playing bridge with an incredible group of women who allow younger (very relatively speaking) and less experienced (meaning cannot play well at all!) for women to join them.
|Judy shares a story about catching a porcupine|
In this home, you feel like you are both in an art gallery and also living part of New Mexico's history, since many of the artworks are from well-known artists who lived and worked in the last century.
|Painting of the Taos Gorge|
|Another lovely painting of a New Mexico landscape on the wall behind Marge (in turquoise) who hosted this bridge party.|
|Jan and Eve|
|Marge and Molly|
And just to round out the post on incredible women, here is a picture of my ninety-four year old Mom, Rose Lee on the left and my husband's ninety-three year old mother, Dorothy on the right, enjoying looking at pictures of their shared great-grandchildren on my mother-in-law's IPad which she insisted she did not want. When we bought her an IPad anyway, she now spends several hours a day on it keeping in touch with her friends and family by email and checking in on the blogs of her various grandchildren Think I should teach Dorothy how to set up and maintain her own blog?