Ordinary and lovely.

Simply beautiful; painted pebbles from the beach.

Simply beautiful; painted pebbles from the beach.

I had a really productive day yesterday. First a little supermarket shopping, which may not sound like much fun, but it is. Probably because the walk to the supermarket is really what makes it fun. It takes me about 20 minutes to get there and so that is 20 minutes when I get to walk through narrow streets bustling with people and  racks of clothes for sale, restaurants, bars and specialist shops selling everything from painted pebbles to designer handbags. And I get to do this all in beautiful sunshine under a stunning blue sky. It makes the journey to the supermarket like a mini walking adventure.

Also, to spice up my shopping trip  even more, I am in the habit, on my return trip, to call by my favorite bar “Redonda” and take a long cool refresco  and choose a tapas to go with it. My current choice is the small dish of paella served with a nice chunky slice of fresh bread. This choice does change from time to time, and their Ensaladia Rusa is lovely too. So all in all, my trip to the supermarket is not to be sniffed at; it really is a nice hour or so out.

Later I got to spend some quality time with my canvas and my new painting is coming along very nicely indeed, and the time seemed to speed by. I spent a few hours in the evening on my online work and the end of the day seemed to arrive much sooner than expected.

So all in all, an ordinary day, but an enjoyable and productive one. A lovely day really; ordinary and lovely……….such a wonderful mix.

Hope you all have a great day,

Judy xxx

About judymorrisart

Independent artist working with oil on canvas. I live and work in Málaga, Andalucía in Southern Spain.
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One Response to Ordinary and lovely.

  1. Chava Gal-Or says:

    Did you paint the pepples/stones? They are so inviting and I feel like I want to paint some of my own. 🙂

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