We changed the clocks this weekend so tonight it was lighter for an hour longer, the weather has been glorious and everywhere there are signs of spring. I took my parents out for a drive this afternoon and the magnolia trees have just come into bloom, they look beautiful.
The page above is from my A4 journal, it looks a little ‘muddy’ as there are loads and loads of layers of gesso, acrylic paint, scrapbook paper, some Tim Holtz stamps and then more of the same. It took a lot or work to arrive at something I was happy with – sometimes that’s how it goes. The words sum up how I am feeling at the moment.
At the beginning of the month I said that I knew of 2 exciting things happening in March and the first happened last Friday. My local history group was invited to a Royal event, the unveiling of a plaque commemorating the 200th anniversary of the passing of the Ryde Pier Act. I think that my American friends will be much more impressed by this than any of my English friends. I don’t know many English people who are ardent Royalists, but it was great for my hard working team to get some recognition for all the unpaid work they do researching and documenting the history of our town. Prince Edward (the Queen’s youngest son) was very pleasant and easy to talk to and we had a fantastic day. If you are intersted you can read about it here.
The second exciting thing is going to be the Party on the Pier next Saturday, we did it last year and our historical display attracted many people. We are looking forward to having another wonderful day.
I hope life is good for all of you.