Roy Lichtenstein 1964
It's almost May and we're still getting snow.
I'm working inside today so if it must snow I say let it be today.
I don't really have any grand plans today. I will finish painting the medicine cabinet today, clean the bathroom and start work on my new bag ( I hope).
BTW, have I told you already that youtube has a whole gamut of audio books that you can listen to as you work? I take advantage of this with nearly all of my projects. It's amazing how much more enjoyable it makes the task! I just plug in my external speakers, set them within my hearing range, and choose a good book to play, making the hours seem to fly by as I'm busily slaving away.
I've listened to dozens of Madame Agatha Christie's books this last year, but last week I switched to Dorothy Gilman's Mrs. Pollifax for variety.
Have you ever read any of her stories? I find they are humorous with a bit of mystery thrown in too. I won't say anymore, you will have to read them for yourselves. As I always recommend, start with the first novel (if you can) for the background and birthing of the character.
Gee, that sounded sort of bossy! But it is good advice-I think.
I'm off for now, as I hear Mrs. Pollifax calling my name.
Where will my adventure lead me today;
Bulgaria, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, or possibly the Swiss Alps?
Only Emily and I know where our secret assignment will take us today.....