WALRUS WISDOM… TALK TALK TALK “The time has come,” the Walrus said, “To talk of many things: Of shoes – and ships – and sealing-wax Of cabbages – and kings – And why the sea is boiling hot – And whether pigs have wings.” Lewis Carroll, Through the Looking-Glass, Ch. 4 Share this:EmailPrintMoreTweetLike this:Like Loading... Related 15 thoughts on “WALRUS WISDOM…” PS… This painting is AMAZING – it is one I could ‘look at’ forever and always smile – yet the colors, the negative space are all comforting and very well painted! Best in Show! LikeLiked by 1 person Oh Sista Sista!!!! I can see why you are “atuned” to this particular painting of mine….just LOOK at those colours and patterns!! Yes…like you…I found working on this most exhilarating. Colour. It’s all about the colour!! I’m not sure where you are at the moment…you’ve moved but not once but twice? Maybe I’m the one confused……in any event….hoping all is well and you are happily ensconced in a safe. safe place. xoRaye LikeLike You’ll laugh to know that ‘all of these moves’ keep my highly-creative mind at work – spinning imaginary tales worthy of short stories or long epic narratives… it’s a true blessing to have the creative side in charge – but of course it comes at the cost of being ultra sensitive, where kind or random remarks from strangers can prompt unexpected tears – — of joy, of premonitions, of concerns – whatever emotion is percolating… I am in a restaurant which was almost empty when I arrived and ordered, and now – perusing the comment bar and answering your reply first ( 🙂 ) I look up and see four tables with people – and one of those people was looking at me with the most amusing expression – one that states, ‘who is she and is she working/prensa or – what?” ecuadorians are curious people and often ask, ‘who are you where are you from do you have children a husband etc etc..’ and I am contemplating another move, so don’t place a GPS X on my present location, which is four blocks from the museum in the city of Portoviejo. The pollution is affecting my health, gasp gasp/cough cough… And yes, those many colours and patterns are lovely… one can go inward in retrospective musings/emotions and then burst outward in amazing sensitivity and brilliance. LikeLiked by 1 person Raye, I love this quote from “Through the looking glass.” It is clever and inventive. I love your painting and how it accentuates Mr. Carroll’s words. Keith LikeLiked by 1 person Thank you Keith. Mr. Carroll always appropriate. Amazing how timeless his words/thoughts are….. LikeLike I commented. It was a sweet, witty comment too! LikeLiked by 1 person Okay, now you’ve got my attention, Darling… LikeLike I know I commented here. Please check your Spam folder. LikeLike Great – in severe need of cheering up! LikeLiked by 1 person Good afternoon, Anne! Cheering up? Yes! With you there…100% simpatico on many levels. Oh, let me count the ways. Keep in mind you are not alone. Raye LikeLike My favorite book! And ain’t it the truth!! Delightful (as always). LikeLiked by 1 person Ah…like minds! Hoping you are well and keeping your head above dreadful winter weather. Trying desperately to snow here which is, unlike where you live, not a usual occurrence. You inspire me to “keep on keeping on” which has been difficult at best. Thanks always for your encouragement. Raye LikeLiked by 1 person Oh Raye. Three things made me smile here. … Your painting … Your choice if words … Your presence. … Thanks for all of the. LikeLiked by 1 person Finally, aFa, I pushed all the right buttons, and clicked all the right clickers. Seems as if I’m either late for the party or…just don’t show up. 2020 looks to be much better…….thanks for your continued encouragement and friendship. You and Missy D….always there. I’m so fortunate…. LikeLiked by 1 person Hooray!!! Got to keep watching the Spam folder. WP Gnomes are a sneaky lot. Yes – Spam coments also need an extra step of approval. Bottom line … I’ve missed you! Just so you know, I’m on the homestretch … shutting down in a couple of weeks. LikeLike Comments are closed.