Goodmorning sweeties, I do trust this finds you well and coping and that the ones among you who have been ill are in the process of recovering! I’m still doing fine; I stay at home and enjoy the sunshine on our balcony. However, I do miss my work at the Zeeuws Archief and my collegues… it won’t be untill May though before I can get back to work and even that is uncertain. Until then, I’ll keep my spirit up by creating up a storm in my little atelier, and I show you what I did last week. But first there’s today’s haiku
|Niemand op het strand.
Alleen een verre vogel
ziet hoe het zand stuift
|No-one on the beach.
Only a distant seagull
sees how the sand drifts
The photo was taken by my friend Lena Schreijenberg
I submit this haiku to Recuerda Mi Corazon where our lovely hostess Rebecca brings us all together to share a haiku on Friday: Haiku my Heart
April is ‘birthday month’ amongst my friends and since I cannot visit any of them now, I created fun birthday cards.
This one is for an old friend, Karin
and the next one is for my daughter-in-law Guus
As you can see I used my sewing machine on those cards, I am in love all over again with my sewing machine! I might even leave it on my desk and start sewing face masks this weekend… we don’t have to wear them in the Netherlands but I have the feeling, by something that was said on tv, that it won’t take long before our government will ask us to wear them outside just like they do in other countries. Better start making them now.
My latest Chronicles art journal spread (see this post) was to my liking so I copied the idea to make another spread in a similar way.
“Zeeuwse Ziel” art journal
A women in pyjamas, and a piece of an old dictionary-page to the right, where I scribbled over the words exept one…
… that says it all.
Thanks for visiting my blog today, stay safe!