Instill the love of you into all the world
For a good character is what is remembered.
-The Teaching for Merikare, par 24.
All I can say is......’Oh I miss my nana naps’! Lol....I returned to work after having almost 6 weeks annual leave and over the holidays I learnt the art of having a sleep in the afternoons (something I don’t do).. My first day back was a scorcher of a day and by noon I was a dreaming of having a lovely nap.. Other than that I settled back into work pretty well and the other mad cappers that work there helped the day cruise on.
I’m afraid that my craft time has been slashed this week and can show you only a couple of items I have made. I have a major project on the go but I would love to show you it when I’ve finished.
But grab a cup of tea, have a seat and come with me as I share my week with you.........
Having been inspired by little Miss Shae’s tooth fairy doll, I decided to make another one to sell at the markets.........
Look at that innocent face....not!! Lol!!
Well that’s my week wrapped up but I leave you with a thought. Something I have wondered about for such a long time and perhaps someone out there can answer this question.
You know when people get ideas from seeing other people’s work ie architects. They have seen other buildings and add this to it or that to it. Can someone please tell me where did the Romans get the idea for any one of those 1000’s of beautiful buildings over there? Examples – the Pantheon, any thing in the Forum, the Leaning tower of Pisa, the Colosseum?
I mean truly, what did they see in the first place that would make them create such beautiful buildings and designs like that. If anyone out there has any thoughts, please share with me, I’d love to hear what you think.
See you next time groovy cats.
The Pantheon, Rome.