Posh, my friends. Simply posh.
TheExhorsecist wrote: "Twilight was certainly not a difficult pony to live with. She was quiet in her ways, and her habits were regular. It was rare for her to be up after ten at night, and she had invariably breakfasted and gone out before I rose in the morning. Sometimes she spent her day in her laboratory, sometimes in the library, and occasionally in long excursions, which appeared to take her into the wildest portions of the Everfree. Nothing could exceed her energy when the working fit was upon her; but now and again a reaction would seize her, and for days on end she would lie upon the sofa in the sitting-room, hardly uttering a word or moving a muscle from morning to night except to turn the pages of the book she was reading."
--Dr. Spike Watson LLD, "A Study in Violet"
Watercolor on Canson cold press paper. Finished on 1/15/13 (finally caught up to this year).