- What a wonderful Sunday Morning we had!! I spend probably too much time thinking about all the time we miss out on - exploring new things, tastes, talents, interests, opportunities, when we are just sitting at home avoiding the Corona. There doesn't seem to be many occasions for us to connect in a joyful bridging manner. The truth is that we like vastly different things, and that can limit us even in unCorona times.
Before Christmas, an event came across Facebook for a painting class. I had seen them before, but either hadn't liked the picture or didn't like the time frame of the class. I had seen this particular event, though, because my childhood friend - not even in the continental US had expressed interest in it. So I said that I was interested. Then I got a notification that my HUSBAND was interested in the painting class!! NO WAY!!!! I decided then and there that we were going to do it together and was excited and pleased to no end.
I purchased all the supplies that I didn't already have 3 weeks before the class started. That was how excited I was! Then I had to wait....
The class started on a Saturday at noon. I didn't think anything of it, because it was an on demand class and we could do it anytime we wanted for the next week. Apparently, Craig had told his sister that we were going to do it that night (wow!), I suggested the next day.
Then, Sunday, Craig told me he was setting up the garage for our painting class. WHAT?!? Where is my husband and what have you done to him I wanted to ask! Anyway, we had a few wonderful hours of time together, connecting in that preCorona virus way that I had missed so much. It just meant the world and more to me. Here are some of our pictures from that day. If you are interested in one of the classes, click here! Take a look at some of our progress from Sunday and let us know if you try a painting class!! And don't forget to send pictures!!!!
I am a recently retired small town librarian living the dream in Montana in my boujee yet redneck kind of way. Married to a mining engineer and mother to two wonderful young men.