by Marcus Aurelius

Flinch not, neither give up or despair.

Suit thyself to the estate in which thy lot is cast.

Remember this: the longest lived and the soonest to die

have an equal loss, for it is the present alone of which

either will be deprived.

Well said that man.


It's too cold in my studio to paint, so I'm cuddled up by the fire sketching and (hopefully) improving my drawing skills.