Hello, my dear friends and family, how are you? I hope you are in perfect health, and life as you want it to be. Have a good weekend ahead.
I want to thank my dear supporters for their constant support. Thank you for always being by my side, and for believing in me. You are my valuable friends that I will not exchange you for anything in the world. It is a great honor to be by your side. Let me hug you tightly...🤗
Now that I am writing this article, it is Thursday night. Tomorrow morning, Friday, we will have another group cycling program, probably with my cousin and his wife and my brother-in-law. At the moment, my cousin and her husband can not join us for a bike ride, because as I said before, my cousin is pregnant, and she can no longer ride a bike with us.
I didn't draw a picture to share with you today, but I will definitely draw another one for my next article. I have not yet considered a model for the next painting. I have to look a little further for other models.
Today I told myself to share a picture of one of my old paintings with you. I painted this painting about 4 years ago with oil paint and on a canvas in the dimensions of one meter by one meter, which I have now installed on one of the walls of our house with a nail.
This was an original painting that I had drawn to participate in a painting exhibition held in our city, and I participated in that exhibition with this painting. I named this painting Two Migratory Birds. Our provincial television network had a news report on the exhibition, and it is interesting that this news report that aired on television began with my painting. While in this painting exhibition, many of our city's painting veterans, including my own father, participated.
I really liked the meaning of this painting, and I wanted to best express what I meant in my mind. The purpose of this painting was to depict this pair of beautiful and loving birds at the top of the skies, free from the world, flying over the sky, on the clouds and towards the horizon, towards their bright future. I pictured that bright future at sunrise using gold leaf. Although my painting was simple, it meant a lot to me.
Exactly 6 months after drawing this painting and participating in the exhibition, we had to go to another country for about 3 years because of my husband's work. I took this painting as a good omen. Because then these things happened to us. And these three years, even though we had a lot of hardships with my husband, and coincided with the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, but it was very influential in my husband's career future.
When we were far away, I missed my house and even thought about this painting, which in those days was still attached to the wall of our house in our city, but we were not there.
I considered these two birds as a symbol of myself and my husband that to improve our future we had to fly away from our hometown and our family and all our acquaintances for a while to reach a brighter horizon.
It is now Friday afternoon and I am editing my article for publishing. Today, our cycling group included 9 people. My cousin's husband, who is pregnant, came with us for a bike ride. And another couple who were my cousin's friends joined us. We started our program at 7:30 in the morning, and at 11 we all returned our home for breakfast.
We cycled about 30 kilometers and burned 3,000 calories. I made breakfast eggs, sausages and omelets for the guests, and we had breakfast in our spring yard. My guests left our house at 2 pm, after a short rest I am now writing this article and talking to you my friends.
We are going to my mom's garden out-of-town tonight, and because the internet is so weak there, I may not be able to come to read cash. But I will definitely start a beautiful painting there, to share with you in my next article. I love you, stay safe my dears.