Hi everyone. Hope every had a great weekend.
So last night we changed to clocks back an hour. With the time change and the all the clouds and light rain today, it has been so dark! But the good thing about the dark is that it has been a good day to be lazy. :)
Well not really lazy, but it was a great studio day.
I'll start with a journal page for Art Journal Journey and Chris's fun new challenge of 101 Ways to Keep Warm.
The first idea for this challenge that popped into my head was to jet off to a warm tropical beach some place. I don't know why I thought of this because I'm not one to fly off to a tropical island. But lots of people from my neck of the woods do go to Florida once winter sets in to escape the cold. And it is certainly warmer there than here in New Hampshire.
And then I made a tag for Sandi's challenge at Tag Tuesday. The theme is Book Print.
I used a book page to cover my tag and sprayed it. I stamped some circles. Then I added this silly sticker, the lace as well as some yellow paint dots.
And with just a few days left, I am linking up to Try It On Tuesday and the circle challenge.
So this weekend I did manage to pick up my screen porch . It's always sad when the porch season is over. But by now my reading time has moved inside. I joined Audible awhile back and have been going through so many audio books. I will say though that today I picked up their daily deal, a Neil Degrasse Tyson book on the universe which I was interested in reading anyhow, and man, I guess I went over my head. It's only a 3 hour book but I think I need to listen to it again. Or read it in book format so I can absorb it better. Or maybe I just need to stick with different types of books. But I have a couple of recommendations.
First of all, I did listen to Vincent and Theo but Deborah Helligman which was a great story about Vincent Van Gogh and his relationship with his brother Theo. And I also really enjoyed Founding Gardeners by Andrea Wulf which is about some of the men who founded the United States from the perspective of gardening and their interest in native plants. That was a really unique story and I really enjoyed it.
That's all for me. Have a great start to the new week.