Don't mind my misshapen hand. I was drawing in watercolor with a little brush. Terribly fun!
Tomorrow is portrait sketch practice day with Sister. I found this picture of John for us to draw. Vintage authors. That would make a good series wouldn't it?
I wonder who she will find.
Last week I turned us both into Briarcliff patients again. It seems unavoidable.
This afternoon I stitched up a journal bag for my completed Venice journal. It has a pocket inside for all my postcards, receipts, maps, and small notebook journal. I was operating under the Done Is Better Than Complicated Work Of Staggering Genius principle.
Left me more time to make some peanut butter chocolate frozen yogurt.
I followed THIS recipe and it turned out to be one of the best desserts I've ever made. Ever. Having an ice-cream maker could not have possibly made this any more delicious than it was.
Let's call this chapter Frozen Desserts in the Depth of Winter.
Cause that's just how I roll.
And then this happened:
And as if that wasn't enough, a reader sent me this wonderous collection of rare vintage Parisian photos shot in color with a process known as Autochrome Lumière
Go HERE to see. Seeing them in color is extraordinary after having only ever seen old photos in black & white. Like time travel. Only safer.
The book recommendations were fantastic! I've started a Book Rec category to keep track of everything for us.