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Summer To-Do List

Still Life with Roses and Pewter Pitcher,  Oil on 6"x8" Linen Panel
I imagine to-do lists are supposed to get smaller as you work, but mine seems to be getting longer the more I work. It's made up of little chores around the house and projects that I've had on my mind for a while. Oh course, I have visited my favorite sites (Pinterest is probably tired of me), blogs (my favorites include My French Country Home and A Country Farm House). 
Oh, to add to my To-Do list, I have to figure out why my photos are not showing true color on my blog. It's been a pain because they show up well on eBay and on Daily Paint Works. I am confused. If you have any idea how to fix that I would love to scratch that off my list. THANK YOU!!!!
Still Life with Kumquat and Grapes,  Oil on 4"x6" Linen Panel


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