Acrylic, Gessoboard, 6x6"
SOLDDay 2 of the 30 Paintings in 30 Days Challenge done! It feels good to be painting again.
I wondered if I would be able to do this. Since Mark left this earth plane on 8/24, my life has been consumed with grief. Yes, four months and four days ago, I lost my soulmate, lover, friend, confidant, clown, supporter, rock, honey bunny, spoon, my everything. It's quite an experience--the depths of which I have never, ever experienced before. The loss, sadness, loneliness, quiet, and the missing of all the qualities of the man that I loved so intensely put me in a place and space that is indescribable. I'm not going to attempt to describe it today because I have a painting to do but I will share here and there what I am going through. How does one not talk about something that is all consuming? I heard a medium yesterday say that a grieving person needs to talk about their lost one all of the time. This is difficult since most people have moved on and don't want to hear it. They feel that they need to help. There is no way to help. We just want to talk about our loved one. I love you Mark. You know that. I'm painting again, honey bunny.