I cannot freaking believe we had snow yesterday--a steady snow that lasted for a big chunk of the day. Fortunately, the ground was warm enough that none of it stuck. But tonight we're supposed to get down into the 20's and the few perennials that are blooming are probably going to lose their flowers--I'm too lazy to cover 'em all up. I bought some pansies and violas last week and they'll probably be okay--they don't mind the cold. But still, GRRRRRR. Winter, take a hike already!
Oooh, I just realized you can see a neighbor's magnolia tree in the background:
Here's some linaria I bought impulsively when I bought the pansies--I'll bring them in tonight.
I did a lot of painting today and listed a few things on Etsy and eBay. I had a strange dream the other night about a dead artist and his widow, who had a huge, pale green moon (with sad eyes) for a face. She was standing in front of a HUGE painting of a medieval hunting scene in a snowy wood, and sighing because she hated the painting so much. Anyway, I painted a little ACEO of the moon-faced girl and it'll go up on eBay tonight.
Here's a link to my eBay page, but it won't be viewable until after 8 pm central time.