Turns out yesterday was such a beautiful day they decided to open it to the public. You can see for miles and just how the Nectar River flows around. Amazing. Turns out that there is a tenant who is of notoriety. Yes the hair is real and she just threw it out the window. Almost hit Sandy but fortunately she got out of the way. The castle without the tenant. All ducks in a row. View from the top of the castle. Picture doesn’t do it justice.Snowing here today. Thanks NY and NJ for sending us your icky weather.
And onto the last drawing before I start the computer work. May have to invest in another external HD to get this thing moving along. Hopefully the one I brought has enough space on it but I have some pretty heavy files and a small computer.
Yesterday I worked on my synopsis and waiting for Cousin Jeff to give it a once over before I have it translated. He used to write for NPR so I’m in good hands.
BTW it’s still snowing! The people around here said that it doesn’t get too bad, so hopefully we won’t get too much. Just think about those poor ducks up there and Repunzel. I don’t think the actual castle is heated so thankfully she has a lot of hair. It can double for a bed as well as a cover. People around here seem adaptable to the weather.
Other news: Thank you Martina Pfeiler for including us in your 10 Poetry Films For Stimulating Student Discussions. I would love to be a fly on the wall when they discuss In The Circus Of You, especially when Nicelle talks about silverfish.
And of course my critique of Doctor Buckles Hurricane. It’s one of iMovie videos that could have been a lot better.
So another work day and hopefully the snow will subside.
Tomorrow we have our big luncheon in town here (Dilsberg) with the reporter, photographer and everyone who is associated with the program including some government officials. I believe in one of my recent blogs I listed all the commissioners, mayor, etc.
Ivan is back…