Another Monday is Here!

Now that I am retired I am not as much against Mondays as I was when I punched a time clock at work. If the day has nothing in particular scheduled, I sleep a little later, enjoy my coffee a little longer, and waste a little more time on my computer.

My Sunday Evening Art Gallery folder is filling up fast. Plus I have 2 pages of possible unique artists to explore. 

I know no one is as excited or interested in the array of unusual and unique artists I’ve discovered, but I think that’s true for all of us, no matter what our creative outlet.

I’m a unique art fan. I also love writing and crafting (only one particular item). My family isn’t terribly interested in any of the above, which is alright by me. At least I’m not in competition with any of them.

But it’s nice to find others who are interested in the same things you are. I’ve let writing simmer on the back burner for a while now, but I have friends who are writers and poets and I love where they are going with their work. I have friends who have turned from active poets to active painters, and others who are active woodworkers or crocheting superstars.

I believe in shining no matter how good or talented you are.

But that’s just me.

But I digress.

The Gallery folder is filling up faster than I can post. I can’t even keep up with the actual gallery, although it doesn’t get as much traffic as my blog. 

The seat of creation has to lie somewhere, doesn’t it?

Here are a few images of artists waiting in the wings:


David de la Mano


Ruby Silvious


Yarn Bombing


Dino Rosin


I hope you all stay around for the ride. I love this stuff! I hope you do too. And stop by the Gallery and see all of the artists I’ve added!

Happy Monday, kitties!


8 thoughts on “Another Monday is Here!

  1. I love your Sunday art gallery! It’s the first thing I ever saw of your blog and I always look at it but hardly ever comment or like. My bad. I’ll try to do better in the future. I know how wonderful it feels to know someone is caring. Being and artist myself it inspired me at times and awed me always. Then when I started writing again you had something to say about that art as well.
    Let’s just say – you inspire me.

    Painting on a tea bag…wow!

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  2. I do miss work at times; I miss the companionship and challenge. I am sorry it went downhill at the end because of downsizing. But now that I’m home I find a challenge — an enjoyable challenge — all the time!


  3. I loved Mondays when I worked, now it is just another day. I was so excited on Monday, a new week, a clean slate. One never knew what would happen. I guess maybe I am strange but I also loved my jobs and the people I worked with. I love that yarn bombing!!


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