We are outside.
After huge night rain. Before the blistering heat to come.
Only one sunflower this year. A small one that grew up beneath a tangle, escaped the bird snack attack. Sunflower sprouts are a favorite. Since we keep the hill by the garden clear and cut, there are so many more visiting birds. The raspberries were gone in a flash. But that's OK. Birds are nice. And we are not starving.
She's become a path. A full summer gal. I added some bits of silk. (silk is so thin and works so well in layering) Playing with the new compositional element of splitting components. Off the edge and back again. A moving through thing. And the idea of being caught, even held safe by that. I'll be on paper today doing some off the edge and back again storming. I have some more to say about that.
Speaking of silk, I really love this.