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THIS IS JUST AWESOME! BEAUTIFUL GREY DAY! FAVED
I agree with everything Kutedymples has already said ... and then there is the 'story' that has me wondering why is she in the bleak, remote place with an umbrella? and will she get rescued or have to walk all the way in those very impractical boots?
There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. Edith Wharton
the story goes....Jack and Jane were on their way to Jane's Moms house for a family reunion. Jack was not pleased to start with, he didn't want to go and he was in a very agitated mood. Jack was not the friendly type and only thought about his feelings. Since Jack married Jane he only cared about his feelings, always treating Jane like a servant. They were half way to Jane's Moms place, she lives in Oklahoma. On a desolate road Jack started grumbling and Jane had taken enough crap from Jack since the day they had gotten married and then it got worse when Jack found out they were going to the family reunion. Jane ask him to stop and she got out. With no bags, and in her very impractical boots she thought enough ahead to just grab her umbrella before slamming the door and stepping onto the wet pavement. Thank goodness she always carries her cell phone in her pocket so she calls Mom and ask her to send her brother John to come and pick her up. Hopefully he won't take long because there would be nowhere for Jane to wait comfortably for her brother John to come and pick her up. While waiting for John, she was still fuming about Jacks actions and fed up with being treated like a second class citizen and that is when she finally decided that she was leaving Jack for good and not going back to her home with Jack. She would remain in Oklahoma with her family that she has been away from for so long and start a new life. Jack never cared enough about Jane to even make a phone call and find out when or if she was coming home. After 3 weeks he was at the bar one night and met a girl half his age and took her home to cook and clean for him and Jane lives happily ever after.
“Always remember, you’re braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think” ~Winnie The Pooh
Thank you ... I do like a happy ending (for Jane I mean - Jack gets what he deserves!!)
and nobody ever called me a writer, an artist maybe. Glad you liked my little piece of make-believe.
I always await your new drawings here. They are never disappointing. This is a very pretty drawing. I really like the way you did the road, the reflections and colors. Your brush strokes are one of the reasons I admire your ability so much. They are very precise and make all of your artwork look like it was just painted on canvas.