I do like the grays and the movement in the cloud system even though the sky promised a rainy day.
I like the steady rhythm of repetition, of concave disks in space.
My heart wasn't in this sketch, but it has possibilities--some splashes of white on the suggestions of lounge chairs plus a vertical swipe...
The humidity took my breath away when I opened the doors to the balcony and saw this sunrise, one I have never seen before in this resort town in the twenty years we've been coming. My iPad told me it was 100%. When we went out to the pool, my glasses steamed over. There wasn't a wisp of a breeze. I tried to get into sketching, but had no heart. I photographed what I would have drawn if I had verve. My head was full. I was lightheaded. Ellis couldn't concentrate on the New York Times. We laid on our chairs depleted. We shook ourselves up by taking a swim. It worked magic. It cleared my head. Ellis, on the other hand, got water in his ear he couldn't get rid of no matter how much he hopped up and down on one leg.
Then the rains came and Sunday in Cancun became just like a winter Sunday in Michigan. An afternoon of movies and online shopping. First was Armageddon with Bruce Willis, very appropriate for the day. I watched and looked for pull on winter boots. Ellis napped. Then I Am Legend came on, but it was time to pull ourselves together and go to dinner. I went reluctantly. I love Will Smith.