Today, I was going to give everyone a glimpse of a tangle that began with the letter Y, but I didn’t like how my drawing turned out. So instead, I found a word I like: YELLOW
There are so many beautiful sheets of washi papers out there with yellow designs and backgrounds. Here are two books that I made, using washi paper for covers: Sea of Flowers, a journal and Cherry Blossoms, a doodle book. Pulling out the doodle book is perfect timing, since I’m in Washington, DC and the Cherry Blossom Festival is going on. Too bad my camera is acting up and won’t open. Urgh! I haven’t taken ANY photos, but my boss has taken loads and I’m in most of the pictures! Isn’t he a sweetie?
Yesterday we walked down to the Reflecting Pool from our hotel. I really wanted to see the monuments – it turned out to be about a 6 mile stroll ! We saw the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials, and the Washington Monument. I don’t remember seeing the Korean War Veteran’s Memorial before… maybe it wasn’t there, the last time I was in DC… It is so vivid and wonderful. Here’s a view of it:
Sorry, I have digressed.
Do you want to read more about what other students in Ms. Matlock’s class thought of, when asked what words begin with the letter Y? You can go to Jenny’s blog, “…off on my tangent” and choose any blog title here. And participate with us in AlphabeThursday class next week. I believe we will be looking at the letter Z!