Hi everyone. Happy weekend.
Week 11 of remote teaching is over, and things are starting to wrap up. One more week to go. It seems a little surreal that this year is about to be over. And what an unpredictable way it is ending.
Some of you have asked about my mom. She is doing really well but still in rehab since she is still testing Covid-19 positive. Once they get a negative test she is going back to her apartment. Hurrah! It is one of the good stories coming out of this pandemic. I am surprised and thrilled and glad to get some more time with my mom.
And speaking of parents, my Dad was into shrubbery. He had this orange-red azalea bush, and many years ago another one sprouted under the one he had. When it got about 6 inches tall, he dug it up and gave it to me. And now, many years later, here is the shrub that grew from that seedling.
Last Monday it was covered in buds and now it is just covered in flowers.
And the month of May is quickly winding down. Mia has been a fantastic host at Art Journal Journey and her flower challenge has been a lot of fun. It's not over yet, but this is my last entry for the month.
The left hand page wouldn't lie flat so it looks a little weird. I layered some paper images, stamped some phrases, and fixed up a predone tag. I had some old thick paper flowers, which I stamped on and painted and used one both sides of the spread.
The weather here in New Hampshire is going to be cooling down. That's good as it was very hot and humid, which made it feel like July weather when you just want to lounge in the hammock with a big glass of iced tea and a good book. Never mind school work. Plus I have a whole lot of gardening, well a whole lot of planting and weeding I need to do.
Well it's always something, isn't it?
Have a great start to your weekend.