Respite at the End of the Day

I drew this at night because I was zooming around getting things done during the day.



Joyous solitude, taking a step back to allow the time to evaluate and assess things. I very much like the idea of perspective from solitude as that is just what I found today, and it’s something we all need, particularly during these days of unremitting computer use.

One thing I really miss during these early winter days is light. It gets so dark in my living room and I have a few lights but it’s like a tomb. I must think about bringing my floor lamp from my reading area in the bedroom out to the living room.



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