Saturday, December 4, 2010

Dream Wonderland

So I go from monsters to Wonderland! You just never know what you'll find here.  ;)  I woke up this morning to a beautiful snowy wonderland. It's still pretty! But it can stop now. I have to head out on the road tomorrow and I don't want too much of the pretty white stuff to hamper my trip.

It's strange but I had a wonderland sort of dream last night. Very much like the scene here, only it wasn't wintertime in my dream. Without going into too much detail, there was a forest and there were rabbits. That's all I'm saying. LOL! The weather today and the dream last night...I had to put together something art-related!
By the way, the elements for this digital piece came from Tangie Baxter at Scrapbook Graphics.

Lots of preparations on tap for today: getting ready for my trip, projects I want to take with me. I love working on my art while I'm on vacation. I'm working on some projects for a special friend and I'm so excited about them that I'm taking one of the projects with me. So I have to make sure I have all the supplies I need for that.

I see the snow is still falling so I must get out and do my errands while I can. Hopefully it will stop soon and the roads will be clear for me tomorrow. Wish me luck that I'll get there safely! I'll post something next week. There just may not be a photo to go with it.  ;) For today, though, I will enjoy a little of what's left of my Dream Wonderland...


David Waters said...

Dreams can be magical, or scary depending on if they have llama/horse thingys in them(or maybe thats just my dreams,lol) Love the art, whatever you dream, it certainly helped inspire some beautiful work:)

Pam Tucker said...

David: LOL! Oh my! Those llama/horse thingies sound very scarey indeed! Yes, I hope they stay out of my dreams! Thank you for the compliment! ;)

Lori Saul said...

A perfect enchantment- I love to ponder the meanings of dreams. I have used dream guides- but I think down deep we know the symbolism for our own dreams and can use their meanings to inspire us!

Bill said...

We've escaped the snow so far, but we are having some flurries today. I wouldn't mind a visit into a winter Alice in Wonderland, though.