Monday, June 14, 2010

I Can See Clearly Now

I can see clearly now,
... the rain is gone,
I can see all obstacles in my way.

Gone are the dark clouds that had me blind
Its gonna be a bright
Sun-Shiny day.

Making something out of nothing!

Found these old broken glasses and an 1895 copy of The Scarlet Letter.
Took some pictures.

I started my Experimental Art e-course with Amelia Critchlow today... was rather productive...and I am excited to continue!

Hope tomorrow will be a Sun-Shiny day for you too!


Tracie~MyPetiteMaison said...

Sounds lovely, can't wait to hear more about your class. Happy sunshiny day to you too!

Anne Lorys said...

I love it!

That course looks wonderful, like something I would absolutely love!

Susie~From My Home To Yours said...

Laura, so glad you enjoyed your e-course....sounds pretty cool.

Okay, so now I'll be singing that song all evening! (brings back lots of memories)

Have a good one.

Sarah said...

Great post! Love that song. I'll look forward to hearing about your cours.

Jamie said...

It was a sun-shiny day for me - that's for sure! I received your giveaway package today and I'm just speechless! I am still going through everything and will post on my blog tomorrow. This was so extremely thoughtful and kind of you. I especially LOVE the little farm village. Oh, my. Thank you so very, very much! Lucky me! Jamie V in MT

manon 21 said...

j'attends aussi le soleil ici en provence.

Bonne journée


It's me said...

Hhahahaah!! beautiful done!!! hugs from me............

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Sometimes you get a song stuck in your head and you wish it would go away. But I love this song and will gladly be singing it all day long. We always have sun shiney days here, unless a dust storm comes along. Will have to see rain when we are stateside this summer and that is always a wonderful thing. My 11 year old came to me yesterday with his glasses, broken, once again. That is a never ending cycle around here. Wishing you a most beautiful day and much success with your art class. Sounds like fun! Best wishes, Tammy

Unknown said...

Love old wire framed glasses and mirrors, windows to the souls...

Les Cotrions said...

I like your making things out from nothing Laura!!! That's pure creautivity! Your course sounds very exciting!!!
We have rain today! Hope better tomorrow!
Big hugs

Dani said...

We had some old glasses kind of like those...they belonged to a relative somewhere along the line...not sure what happened to them.

Anyway, thank you for sharing these bits of your world with us!


Bonjade said...

Such lovely song.......makes me sing:)
Wishing you also lots of sunshine.
Fine day

Theresa said...

Be still my heart! Love old books, I just bought "Alice in Wonderland" yesterday:) Have a blessed day, HUGS!

Zita - Mlle Magpie said...

Your post is so a-propos for me. Yesterday rainy and cloudy. Today, Sun-Shiny Day. However, I do need new glasses as I can't see very well anymore :)

erin's art and gardens said...

your art e-course sounds very intriguing! can't wait to hear more about it? you might like "the artist way" by julia cameron. a good book to jumpstart creativity. have fun!

Anonymous said...

Hi Laura, wanted to let you know I have an award for you at my blog! Love, Esther XX

Gracefully Vintage said...

Where i Have been, Love this blog, amazing style, design and oh such inspiration-
Great mix of stuff- love that old book- those simple vintage pieces can make a room or your day if your lucky to find one.
A New Follower I am my friend. Love it. Ill be back.