Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up. --Pablo Picasso
Yellow--for the light of home, and thankfulness that my dad could come home from the rehabilitation center this week.
Blue--for the new grandbaby on the way, a little boy, and--shhh--the knitting project in the works. (But the shade--teal, cobalt, pastel, turquoise? Not telling yet, Suzan :-)
Green--for renewal, not only in a coming spring we sorely anticipate, but in the renewing of friendships--something I was able to do by snail mail and e-mail this week. Fantastic to hear from you all.
"Color, rather than shape," artist David Katz says, "is more closely related to emotion." For the fun of it, I'll be exploring the idea of color and emotions in my writing this week.
I feel my spirits lifting already. What "color bursts" lift yours?
For a cool, color-related activity,check out this link. Looks like fun for children--or anyone of any age, for that matter.