Almost didn’t even try creating a post for Saturday, but I felt I should act least give a follow-up, much like I did after our 1st shot (Moderna) a month ago. This time Sheila and I both knew to hit the Tylenol once we began aching too much to be able to do much. Like the 1st shot’s after-experience, Sheila’s weathering it all much better than me, but definitely also feeling its effects.
I won’t go on too much on topics I wanted to ask a little more about, but yesterday’s day-of-shot post covers some pretty good things, how even a basic health aid like washing one’s hands wasn’t an agreed upon safety necessity even up to the Civil War! Check the post out, lots of links to that and other info –
March 26, 2021 – We Received Our 2nd Covid Shots Yesterday!
And if I want to continue my Interesting Tweets This Morning series, I’ll have to beg off for, soon 😊
I have worked, up until today, on my newest Line Art with Wash Poem, Radiology Technologist, and I have found having a day or so just looking at my preliminary set up, and knowing where I’d like it go, really helps later on.
This image below includes a transparent pixel layer, a fill layer, and two layers with the differing ribs (front and back) —
But before I go, the one BIG thing I need to do, want to do, is give a very public, unconditional thanks to Austin Public Health. They’ve been criticized up and down in the media here, including a few snide private remarks early on from myself and my wife, lol! 😏
In both our 1st and 2nd Moderna shot-locations, everything was literally completely organized for vehicular traffic, patient flow, and an evolving distribution of information and vaccines.
The thing is, as I said to the Dr who apologized to us for their set-up being so unorganized, we assured them – it was and is organized — AND — with little more than 60 days lead time, ie, since January 20th of this year! When everything changed. For the better!
As I said when they again apologized for the short wait at the tables for the vaccine needles to be brought over (for our 2nd shot), after a year and half, the wait time right then was nothing ♥️
Sheila and I were and are very very grateful!
Best wishes everyone’s! Stay well, stay creative, stay optimistic! 😊
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- June18, 2021 – What Makes Dappled Light Work? It Almost Always Looks Good!Being in and around a changing if steady light at the greenbelt near us has given me the visual impetus to actually think about something I’ve long liked in much of Renoir’s and other impressionists’ art work – dappled light.
- June 17, 2021 – Update for Delivering Art for the Reopening of The Old Bakery and Emporium (across from the State Capital) Austin, TexasAlmost a month ago I posted pics of Sheila and I making our 1st visit in over a year to the Old Bakery & Emporium where I show and sell a variety of images and writings…One of the nicer surprise developments has been a request to offer prints of my 7 unit Volleyball series.
- June 16, 2021 – Interesting Tweets I’ve Spotted RecentlyBelow are random tweets I liked for some reason – uplifting, funny, inspiring, informative, hopeful, pretty..something good or encouraging at the least 😊
- June 15, 2021 – My New Upload @FineArtAmerica – Violet Crown Trail Morning (Digital Art) PosterThough most of my hikes to the Barton Springs Greenbelt nearby are still exploratory, even when taking the 8 year old along 😊, I am beginning to recognize when I need, and want, to be there.
- June 14, 2021 – Volleyball Server Poster, My Newest #SportsPoetry Upload @FineArtAmericaLast of my 7 Volleyball theme posters, Volleyball Server Poster, is now available on Fine Art America as both prints and gift items! 😊
- June 13, 2021 – Austin Texas….on-going authentic aspects of Austin, Texas….
Thanks again, everyone! 😊