Hi everyone. It's Thursday, or rather what we at work call Thursday-Friday, since tomorrow we are off for the Veterans Day (Remembrance Day or Armistice Day) Holiday. The holiday actually falls on Saturday the 11th, but since there is no school on Saturday, we have tomorrow scheduled as a day off.
My holiday plans are to go meet my daughter in a nearby NH city and go shopping. I am hoping to find a few things I can pick up and put away for Christmas for her. Better for her to know what they are and like them than the opposite situation. I am looking forward to spending the day with her and actually doing a little holiday shopping before it gets crazy.
Now as long as she doesn't get too crazy and want more than I plan on buying. :)
So today I first have for you a tag for Tag Tuesday where the theme is Book Print. I covered my tag in an old book page. Not Sure what to do next, I just started stamping the trees and decided to create a nature print. I can't say it's the best tag I've ever made but I'm happy enough with it to post it.
And I also have another page from my Night Journal to show you. I still have some pages left to go, but after having changed the clocks the other day, I was inspired to make a page about how it gets dark so early now. Not that it getting dark so early is in itself really inspiring. :)
I thought that only the nocturnal animals must like it, so I added the cool owl on the bottom right.
The other day I was saying how I had started listening to Neil DeGrasse Tyson's book "Astrophysics for People in a Hurry". I had started it while doing some art Sunday afternoon, and I realized afterwards I couldn't remember anything I heard. That made me feel like it blew over my head. Not that I am a physicist in any shape or form, but it was suppose to be a laypersons guide.
But then while driving to work this past week I went back and relistened and voila, it started to make sense. I may not be able to recite all the details, but I must say I have enjoyed the listen. What I learned is that art time is not the time to listen to any book that requires me to concentrate on the book. Guess I will stick with lighter novels in the studio. :)
Happy almost end of the week everyone.