By now, Steve should have looped the loop. No kidding! He really was going to view the world from a novel angle in a Chipmunk airplane. However, the thundery showers yesterday morning in this part of the world put paid to that - which was a bit frustrating but not the end of the world. We try again very soon!
We were back in hospital again this morning. Not the Cancer Centre at the Churchill Hospital, but the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre (NOC) nearby, hanging our joint exhibition.
It's a collection of images with a botanical/garden theme which includes some of the pictures we took to Chelsea Flower Show; some from my allotment project Cultivating Communities; some of Steve's creative abstracts including Tulip Sky (see blog 28 August 2009) last seen on the underground and at the 2009 RPS International Print Exhibition, and some of my award winning pictures, including The Allotment in June (blog 13 January 2010), Potting Shed (blog 16 February 2010) and this one Nymphaeaceae (water lily), which was commended in the plant close up category of last year's RHS competition.
We'd arranged the exhibition last September and hadn't given its much thought since then, so when it all came together relatively easily this morning, we heaved a big sigh of relief!
So much for feelings of frustration and relief. It's now time for great expectations....Need I say more?
Saturday, 12 June 2010
a bit of frustration, a sigh of relief and great expectations
Posted by Linda Wride at 13:42
Labels: Cancer, mesothelioma
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