Tuesday Marbles

However you want to do it, that's how you are going to get through it. 

And then Hmmm. Through it. 

Not a news flash, but: This is not one of those historic times where most people are all excited-jazz-hands about everything. Matter of fact, it's maybe our first true real modern worldwide crap sandwich. We're all feeling this human doom together in full view of the catastrophe at full pixel volume. 

And to that I say, if you're picking up a pizza, and you're falling apart inside your mind, and the pizza person chirps "Hi! How are you?" sometimes it just works to say "I'm GREAT, how are you?" and be able to continue on with mundane tasks. Eating pizza in the dark is a task, for instance.  

This, as far as I'm concerned, continues to be a viable method for maintaining a sense of order during utterly incomprehensible planetary blight. 

That's what this painting is about: saying you're fine when you're not. It's on a mangled piece of Arches 400 gsm paper that I've had for more than 20 years. I never knew what to draw/paint on it, until just recently. 

It's okay to say you're okay when you're not okay.