Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Who'll stop the snow?

After tucking the girls in bed I've stopped at a window. The pane is rather cold. The first snowfalls have been forecasted for nearby higher areas. But my mind doesn't let go of summer or autumn this easily yet and doesn't want to cope with the approaching winter night. It feels hard to get into a wintry mood. I might be needing buying a brand new scarf to set myself going.
This drawing belongs to my new calendar, for the month of March.

I forgot to post about Arthound's interview about my shop launching. Here it is.
And I've been featured on the wonderful Where the lovely things are and  on the supercool Kireei blog


  Tras arropar a las niñas en la cama, me paro frente a una ventana. El cristal está muy frío. Han anunciado la llegada de las primeras nevadas a zonas altas cercanas. Mi mente está más cerca del verano que se apagó que de la noche invernal que se avecina. Me cuesta entrar en el ritmo del invierno. Quizá necesite comprarme una bufanda nueva para hacerme mejor a la idea.
Este dibujo pertenece al mes de Marzo de mi calendario.

Se me había olvidado decir que me entrevistaron en Arthound
Y que he salido en el bonito blog Where the lovely things are y en el megafantástico blog de Kireei.

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vestidadedomingo said...

uff! qué frío! tengo los pies helados.

diplodoc said...

Enhorabuena!! Me ha gustado mucho la entrevista de Arthound.

Blissay said...

Maravilloso! Como todos!

anne said...

it's a wonderful calendar full of amazing illustrations.

tia said...

aaaaalaaaaaa!!! cuanta entrevista....famosa , ya famosa...:)

hanna-happenings said...

snow, even though it´s cold...
it´s light
and a huge silencer. It calms vibrations and sounds down. I haven´t thought so much about this before, but now snow is a substance in my heart. I´m slowly falling in love with snow.

I love Your snowdance.

Jorge said...

Hey! Salgo yo!

Y Vir tambien!