It's another one of those days when there is hardly any space left on my desk. I bought a new clipboard (buried under the books and watercolor paints). If there isn't any space left on the desk, at least my WIP will be on a flat surface when I paint!
The book about the "Basilica of San Marco" is there because my eldest son was in Venice for Easter and while he was there, I was reminiscing about that wonderful place (and trying not to be envious).
I have been doing the Royal Canadian Air Force Exercise program (whaaat, exercise!?) I figured I would try it since it only takes 12 minutes a day (the shorter the better). It's been a month and so far so good (giving myself a pat on the back and so "chuffed"! - I learned that word from WOYWW). It starts out really easy and progresses as the days go by. I want to make a chart for the different exercises so that I don't have to keep opening the book. If you are interested to try it out, you can download the Royal Canadian Air Force Exercise program here.
Then there's a pamphlet of Las Casas Filipinas de Azucar, a place a few hours away from where we live that I want to visit.
It is described as "a community typical of the 18th to early 20th century Philippines...where old and decaying architectural pieces of a bygone era...have been carefully and painstakingly reconstructed from different parts of the country and rebuilt, 'brick by brick' and 'plank by plank.'"
Not much progress in my Mother and Child project...
This week I actually got to post twice in between Wednesdays! Watching the Royal Wedding inspired me to share about my own Easter Season Wedding. And my David Wilkerson "coincidence" was also something I had to share.
and on my computer screen, a live video feed of a nest of eagles that Traci shared about in her blog. So interesting and educational!