Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Everyday is a Good Day When You Paint

Did anyone else grow up watching this guy?

source:http://pixgood.com/bob-ross-funny-quotes.html

Call me cheesy, but I have fond memories of those times. I was always fascinated with the way Bob Ross would turn something that looked like it was going to be a disaster into something amazing.  It was magic to me.  And the image of that fro will never be forgotten!

Please enjoy a little video tribute to that happy man.  And yes .......it is a good day when you paint.

                   





11 comments :

  1. I love Bob Ross! He was the lead in before Sesame Street when I was a kid. I always watched him and then got my Big Bird on! I was always amazed when I was little how much he got done in such a short time, he made it look so easy!

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    1. Wow I didn't know he was that popular! I was thinking I was kind of nerdy for watching him, but I guess he was loved by many. Thanks for the comments!

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  2. I have a friend that used to watch him all the time. I would watch with her. I never thought I could do that stuff, but it just amazed me what he could do! Makes me want to get out my paints or pastels and do something.

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    1. That's what I love about the guy. He was inspiring!

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  3. OMG! I love this guy and yes, yes, yes, I remember him too. So I guess I'm cheesy too! :-)

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    1. That's awesome! We'll be cheesy together!

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  4. I remember him well although I didn't watch him much. And it's so true - Every day is a good day when you paint. Thanks for the video.

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  5. I used to watch him and think that his art all looked the same. He had such an easy going and kind manner that I always stopped flipping through the channels to watch him.
    Peace.
    Laurie

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    1. Yes, I agree. He did have an easy manner. It was relaxing to me. Thanks for your comments!

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  6. I love Bob Ross! I watch his old shows on PBS whenever I get a chance. :) I love watching how he creates his paintings; his show is what inspired me to start painting, and I find him so relaxing, too!

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