Wednesday, January 8, 2014


Well, I was prepared to lead the program this month at the Greater Cincinnati Watercolor Society meeting.  I had the copies and handouts made, my painting done to show how I did it, and the DVD and Projector ready to go.  Unfortunately (?) it was determined that it was still too frozen for many to get out and around - and it's just too cold, still.  Not even 10F this morning.    I haven't been outside since Sunday when it was raining and 45F outside.  Now, it's been below 0F for 2 1/2 days - brrrr!

If you want to see the work of Carol Carter, up close and personal, come join us at the GCWS meeting next month - 
Wednesday, February 5th from 10 am - 12:30 pm.
If you are anywhere within driving distance, you won't be sorry you made the trip!!! (Hoping we have decent weather, that is - one never knows in January and February.)

Stay safe and warm, wherever you are.  If you are somewhere warm, send a little of it our way, please!


Anita's art said...

Here come the warm thoughts! Hope your week warms up vey soon.

RH Carpenter said...

Thanks, Anita. I just found out that 3 of our members showed up at the building for the meeting! Oh, no!!! They didn't get notified :( I hope they at least stopped for coffee and a chat (or a grumble) that morning.

Studio at the Farm said...

Sending you WARMTH, Ronda!!!!!

RH Carpenter said...

Thanks, Kathryn. Isn't it cold there, too? Or is the weather so freakish that what should be cold is warm and what should be warm is cold??