Friday, August 31, 2012

Latest Hungarian Folk Art Doodles

Some Hungarian Folk Art Flowers to share on Paint Party Friday.

In other news...we survived our first week of school and both kids are happy, especially my son, who had a rough year last year.  What a difference an engaging teacher makes!
I also survived my first week back at a regualr Bikram Yoga practice.  I went three times this week and I did not die!  In fact, I feel great.  I am so grateful that I can give myself the gift of Bikram Yoga.
Obi the puppy had his last round of shots.  I look forward to taking him the beach and hiking.  He loves wrestling with Io the kitty.
Since I have been exploring the world of smoothies lately I bought a Ninja blender.  I got the one that comes with single serving you can blend in the huge 72 oz pitcher or directly into a 16oz tavel cup.  Can I just say I love my Ninja.  I might sleep with it in my bed tonight...that is how much better it is than my old blender!  I've decided to embark on a smoothie only fast starting today.  So far, so good but we will see what happens tonight at dinner time.  I'm not sure how long this will last but no more than one week because next Friday I leave for my third annual girls weekend in Palm Springs.  There will be eating.  The next week, though...could go either way.  I'll keep you posted!


  1. your hungarian sketches are my favorite. :) your Frenemies pic makes me smile too! Enjoy your Ninja!

  2. Adorable Hungarian folk art doodles!
    Happy PPF!!
    Mixed-Media Map Art

  3. I am your newest blog follower, too, Rita!

  4. Hi Rita... I love the cleanness of these designs... and that picture is fantastic... looking forward to seeing a lot more as a new follower...xx

    1. Thanks Tracey! I'm your new follower, too. :)

  5. Loving your folk art, so pretty. Happy PPF, Annette x

  6. I love the vibrancy and simplicity of these doodles. Great work. :)

  7. now I want some juice! :o)
    Your flower art s so beautiful, I love the strong colors; Good to hear the kids are happy at school, it makes life easier!

  8. Yep we love our Ninja too.....but best of all I love love love your vibrant whimsical art!!

    Hugs Giggles

  9. oh, such bold and beautiful art!

  10. Love the Hungarian Folk Art Doodles! Beautiful!

  11. I love the doodles. They would make beautiful hand embroidery. Dare I say my girlfriend uses hers (Ninja) to make ice cream, lol. Blessings, Janet PPF

  12. Lovely doodles they would look great in a country kithen.