A month of celebrations.
Ian and Wilma had kept all their engagement and wedding cards in an album, and they had it on display today. It was like stepping back into the past seeing those cards from the early 1960's era - very different from the style of today's cards. They also had their wedding album there, and some of the family photos brought back memories for me, especially the one of my parents with the bridal party. Dad looked so young! But of course I was only 13 at the time, and Dad in his late forties.
I trotted around lining people up into family groups for photos, which in retrospect was a good idea, as only one or two other people had cameras with them, so I think my brother will be happy with the result. I created a temporary blog to send to the family members, but I doubt if it will be of any interest to anyone who reads this. But if it is, you can find it here.
Tomorrow (actually today, because it is already Sunday morning as I type this) I have a drawing class workshop to attend. The forecast was for 34 deg. C, not as hot as Saturday (37 deg.) but still uncomfortable, but I see on Google Weather it has been amended to 32 deg. Hopefully it will continue to fall and we'll get a nice comfortable 28 deg. instead. If my drawing of a Rainbow Lorikeet is any good, I'll be posting a photo on my new Art blog in due course. All these blogs...my friends used to call me the eBay queen, but now they stir me up about having so many blogs! Well, they all serve their purpose.