Don't you feel like you're in the catbird seat after a fun, relaxing and quite productive weekend? When all is said and done, that's exactly how I feel.
Whatever Tsar was up to re: the finches and cardinals outside his personal catbird seat, courtesy of T, I was busy with some real work on the Solstice Altered Book. Here are just a few photos. More later, when it's over. Of course, by the time I have it where I want it, it'll be Autumn, no doubt!
One of the first things in the book is this drawing I did. Okay, I didn't do the postage stamp, but ...
Another view... or is it angle? The second one is a little fuzzier, thanks to a light hitting the postage stamp (a little man running while carrying a big red heart. I love hearts and thought placing this on top of the one the girl is holding would be a nice touch.).
Not quite finished. Getting there... a nod to the colours of summer on this spread. Surf and sand and the brilliant colours of the sunrise and sunset. Flowers and birds, fruits and party colours.
Yes, Gentle Reader. By the sea, by the sea, by the beautiful sea... with all those hats and enjoying a nice cappucino.
Monday, T and I went into Atlanta for our respective dental appointments. We stopped by headquarters and managed to not only say Hello to co-worker and friend Jack, our Gleesom Threesome ended up going to possibly my most favourite of restaurants, "Little Szechuan" on Buford Highway. We dished dirt, talked shop and Jack told us about his flowers, etc. He has quite the green thumb, his forte being exotic plants, etc.