I was painting the woman from my paintings, and she looked at me with her laptop.
I didn't know why she was looking at me and then I realized that she was reading my story.
I could see that she liked it.
Then she put down her laptop and started to look at the paintings on the wall again.
I wanted to ask her for a date but then I remembered that I had to paint her again.
A woman, who was painting a picture of a laptop, walked into a bar. The bartender looked up from his current job and asked her where she got the laptop. She said that she had just bought it from the store down the street.
The bartender asked if she was an artist and if so, why did she need such a large canvas? She said that it was for a project she was working on. The bartender nodded approvingly and went back to his current customer. She sat at the bar for a while, then left without buying anything or talking to anyone else.
A woman with a laptop stood in front of a blank canvas, looking at it. She was trying to decide what to paint next.
"What do you think?" she asked her boyfriend. He looked at the painting and said, "It's a lot of trouble for something that looks like that."
She laughed and said, "I know!" She had been working on this painting for months, but she wasn't quite sure what it meant yet.
There was a time when I didn't understand how to use my computer. When I first got it, I had no idea how to use the mouse and keyboard. My mom told me to just "click on something" and if it worked, great! But if not, she'd help me figure out what went wrong.
It took me a while to figure out how everything worked, but eventually I got the hang of it. And then one day my mom said, "You know what? You're going to have to paint!"
I was surprised—but excited! So we went into her studio and she showed me some paintings by other people that had been done using only their laptops. It was amazing! They were so good!
I decided right then and there that I would paint too! And soon after that, my mom taught me how to use Photoshop so that I could start making my own paintings as well!
A woman is painting a painting, but she's struggling. She has no idea what to do with the man in the background. He looks like he's just waiting for her to finish so they can have sex, but he also looks like he's just waiting for her to finish so he can eat his cereal. The woman has been struggling with this painting for months and she still doesn't know what to do with him.
After some time, she finally gives up on the painting and goes back to watching Netflix while playing Candy Crush on her phone. In this moment, she realizes that there are many things in life that are more important than finishing a painting or watching Netflix (like finding out who killed JFK).