Jennifer and I were sitting at my table one night . . . and she informed me that she had just signed us up for a paint night. When she showed me the painting that we would be doing I understood why she decided we needed to go. This is a busy time of year for me with the school year ending and getting ready for next year. Also - once school is out we work four 10 hour days, which usually turn into 11 or 12 hour days for me . . . so by the time this night came around I was exhausted and the idea of going someplace at the end of a long work day seemed like more than I wanted to do . . . but how could I pass up painting? Of course - I ended up having a great time and I am so glad that I went.
This paint night was by no means instructional . . . in fact we had to hold our hands on our canvases and vow to not say things like, "I messed up." . . . or "Mine is awful."
We were there to have fun and relax . . . and paint. I love to paint - so of course I was going to have fun! As much as I love skeletons . . . I am really not so sure what I am going to do with this painting, but I do have some ideas to turn it into something fun to hang up on Halloween.
A couple hours of painting . . . and a couple of Corona's with salt and lime . . . and the thoughts and any stress that I had from that 10 hour work day were gone.
Now Jennifer wants to sign us up for another paint night.