How to Spend Your Darkest Days (and nights)

King of Night
Suzanne McDermott
Watercolor, 8 x 8 inches

How to Spend Your Darkest Days (and nights)
my top ten recommendations
  1. Rest
  2. Sleep
  3. Follow this doggie's example
  4. Read an enlightening book
  5. Light a candle
  6. Say a prayer of thanks (because you're safe and warm)
  7. Dream
  8. Remember that darkness is temporary
  9. Drink Ginger Tea
  10. Listen to J.S. Bach's Goldberg Variations

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Forest Dream Weaver said...

A lovely vibrant painting. You've put so much energy and movement into it!

Double "D" said...

May all darkness be as joyful and full of hope as this painting. Wonderful colors and feeling Suzanne!
You've always been an inspiration and friend to me.
Have a blessed Christmas and a bountiful New Year.
I look forward to many beautiful paintings for both of us.


Suzanne McDermott said...

Thank you, Ruby and Don.

I wish you both great joy and hope as the sun returns....

Double "D" said...

Just a quick thought ... who's Don?

Hee, merry Christmas.
Da da da da doug.

Suzanne McDermott said...

Don is Doug! Suzanne mis-typed!