I lost a pear, but gained a pomegranate! ha ha
That round shape second to left is a pear (in the photo) but it stopped looking like a pear bottom and more like a pomegranate so that's what I made it :) Sometimes you just have to go with the flow of what's happening.
The beauty of watercolor is the light-filled areas. I was quickly losing those. Fortunately for me, I had a new tool in my kitbag: Daniel Smith's watercolor ground. It's white and you can cover anything with it so...I covered the tablecloth with it. It says you have to let it cure 24-72 hours before painting on it but I put it on pretty thinly and will go back to the tablecloth and add some color there. It adds a pretty nice texture, too, which will work as the tablecloth. Then, done with this one.
My brother went in for another procedure yesterday afternoon. Instead of putting in 1 more stent in his arteries, they put in 3. He said it was very painful. For my brother to say that, it means it was beyond belief painful. I don't want to ever go through this. My cholesterol is high and I've ignored it. Perhaps it's time to start thinking about my heart and health again. So many of my mother's sisters are having major health issues; my brother has had a heart attack and now is having stents put in; my sister doesn't look healthy but won't go to the doctor.
Take care of yourselves!! And have a good weekend :)