I am more than happy to report that my Italian daughter is home safe and sound. Every day her sister says to me, "Mom. La-la is still here." Yeah. Pretty cool.
Jet lag is getting better. There's nothing quite like watching your child's eyes close during a pause in conversation at the dinner table, and then watching her head slide toward the kitchen chair next to her. Sleep is good.
So is having your child HOME!
I continue in my class of She Art, enjoying each time I put some paint to paper.
Here's my question:
When you begin a project and don't particularly like the way it's turning out, do you stop and move on or do you continue working the project until you like it?
I want my backgrounds to be much lighter than in previous works.
Somehow, the yellow just didn't cut it with all the other colors to me.
And the green...yecch. Not with that peach from the (xeroxed) book page.
My question to myself is,
Leave it and move on?
Work some more and see what happens?
Cut it up into fourths and re-work each section?
Or, just get over it and start again!!
What do you do?