Without a doubt each Christmas you can hear Christmas tunes blaring from the loud speakers as the local Fireys travel up down the steep hills around residential Eltham. It’s those regular acts within the local community that bring the neighbourhood out to chat and of course wave to Santa and his firey crew on the back of the big loud red Firetruck. Luv this!
I have to post this big fly pic I captured at work this week. He was interesting with his spotty body and very dark furry coverage and long spindly legs. He is really a work of nature’s art.
Another year has passed and it has been hard, albeit creative too and filled with loads of love from my doggy Homer by my side in the studio.
My beautiful Mum passed just before last Christmas and I guess we (our family) will find it a bit tough each year at this time. They say it gets easier with time, but now it feels more permanent each time I go to grab the phone to call her.
Thanks so much from my arty heart for all of your follows, support and encouragement in my artistic journey. Knowing there are those out in this space who read, acknowledge and show interest makes this creative life all that bit more relevant.
We are heading into a hot summer in Oz this Christmas and I live in a bush fire prone bushy haven; so always mindful of this amongst the Gum trees.
If you have snow for your Christmas, love that white fluffy powder while you think of us sweltering through our BBQ’s on Christmas day.
Yay for Summer and our beautiful beaches over these holidays and watching Homer stalk little native froggy’s in our backyard pool.
Can’t wait to paint on the beach in the sun under a Tea tree.
Merry Christmas, stay safe.
Excited to share this item from my #etsy shop: That Suzi Girl (A4 print on acid free archival quality paper) https://etsy.me/2BWtxoy