Painting Our Lunches at the Bookbinding/Journal WorkshopBeverly's lunch was more colorful than mine, and my salad was not conducive to a good composition. I should have followed my instructions to the students to bring a "paintable" lunch. I thought it was okay while I was packing it, but then I saw Beverly's. The lunch is always greener . . .
Our second two day bookbinding/journal workshop was a lot of fun, and there were some beautiful journals constructed. On the second day there were some great little watercolor sketches painted.
The Traders Joe's green tea mints box is my newest tiny palette. It has a see-through lid, which doesn't give me much in the way of a mixing area, but it sure is cute. It has seven half pans in it.
This coming week I have three new classes starting (which means six class meetings), a granddaughter's birthday party to attend, and the visiting grandchildren will return for a couple of days before they head on home to California. But, I'm not thinking about the "heading on home" part yet. With three new classes starting, I am feeling just a tiny bit stressed, but as my husband says, "If you aren't a little stressed, you're not trying hard enough".