Here is a front view:
On the way over I saw a sight that upset me. I was stopped at a traffic light and in the next lane over was a pickup truck towing an open trailer, with ladders on the roof of the truck hanging over the bed, etc. In the bed of the truck was a fairly large Husky dog, unrestrained. When stopped at the light he had his paws up on the rim of the bed and was stretching way out over the side. When the traffic moved the dog still stood looking out the side, and all it would take might have been an unexpected braking action and I'm afraid the dog would have been thrown out of the truck. It was a 4-door truck and I doubt that both rear seats had people in them, so why wasn't the dog inside the truck where it would have been safer? I suppose the dog was happy and having the time of his life with the wind blowing his ears back! I was glad when I turned off on another street and the truck kept going. We were on a road with 3 lanes of traffic in each direction, and heavy traffic most hours of the day.
I made a really delicious soup for my dinner this evening, seeing as how I probably won't be able to have a decent meal for at least several days. It was so good, and I followed it with a dish of ice cream.
While I was at it I took a photo of my art work which I will show you. Just keep the laughter and snickering down so that I can't hear it. (I'm laughing right along with you however.) I know they look more like tomatos and definitely not much like apples, but keep in mind they are Gala (or similar) type and are streaky.
Just before the end of class in Alaska the teacher said to be sure to sign the picture. As you can see I tried to do that last night, and about 5 voices said "No" all at once. One person told me that the canvas was too small, and I should sign it on the back if I wanted. I refrained from saying that Bob Ross signs his painting with a flourish!
All I can say about the apples is that when I look at them from an angle or across the room, they aren't too bad; up close, I could die of embarrassment! So if you look at this photo, walk away from the computer and check it out from a distance! I will add that I'm having fun with this, no matter what, and at my age I'm determined to just forget my pride. If I laugh first then other people don't have to worry about laughing.