On Saturday morning the sun came out. I realize that you may roll your eyes and think I'm a wimp, since I live in the south and all, and it doesn't get cold here like it does in, say, Minnesota or New Hampshire, but goodness, it's been a cold winter here. And gray, so gray.
So when the sun came out on Saturday and warmed our air into the 60s, I began to thaw out, and the hints of spring lifted my spirits and took me outside to walk around the neighborhood, one of my favorite things to do. Walking brings me ideas. Walking quiets my head a bit so the ideas can creep in unexpectedly. I love that. Walking and exploring is my sure-fire way to get inspired.
So, today my drawing is an ode to the coming summer breeze. I look so forward to the sound of the cicadas buzzing in the trees and the long, muggy summer evenings. Georgia evenings are delightful, I do say.