Tuesday, October 26, 2021



Finished with the poke berries painting.  

Started another of some pumpkins and a little crow watching from afar.  

Blogger is acting strange and I think it has to do with the 2-factor verification Google now has started on your accounts - each time you sign in to Google for anything (Blogger, Mail, etc.), they send you a text on your phone.  I removed that because I don’t want a text sent every single time I sign in to Google - so now things are funky.  Plus, when they had the 2-factor verification on, they send a number to verify your account which you had to type in…and it had 2 numbers too many and wouldn’t accept the code numbers!!  D’uh.  I guess they’ll get it worked out after everyone complains.  

Today there is an online course from John Muir Laws, teaching how to draw owls.  Should be fun.  You can find it through Audubon or through John’s site.  It starts at 11:30 Pacific Time and is through Zoom.  


Debbie Nolan said...

Rhonda your pokeberries look gorgeous. Love how you captured their highlites and the pumpkins with the crow is wonderful too. Love the background texture you painted. Makes the painting interesting. Higs!

Jennifer Rose said...

hmmm never had the verification thing, but it wouldnt't surprise me if they did mess something up since they do seem to be always fiddling with something

laura said...

Love these paintings, Rhonda. The pumpkins are so good, and such great colors! And I love pokeberries--that magenta stem!

I used to have 2-step verification too: usually I would be in the library trying to access my email and I'd have to run out to the car, where I leave my phone, to sign in. Nuisance! Though one of my geeky friends says it is actually a good thing to have.

RH Carpenter said...

Thanks so much, Debbie and Laura for the positive comments on the paintings.
Laura, that would drive me crazy because I don’t have my cell phone on all the time (I use it when I need it only) so would have to keep it on and keep it near me, etc. = stupid. I know, I’m getting farther and farther behind the times but I don’t care.