Watercolors are like children. We can't really make them be what we think they should be. All we can do is guide them, encourage them, hope for the best, and then be amazed at the result. Watercolors, of all media, seem alive. They move and change while you are working with them. Everything has to be put on the line every time-it might or might not work-but the risk is the excitement. I wish I painted more. Time and facing that blank paper are the problems, an old story in the art world. Maybe tomorrow . . .