Today was a really hot day again, my apartment is almost hot and steamy enough for a sauna. But never mind, to make up for it, it is always cold and drafty in winter, which means that on average, everything is normal!
Yesterday I looked again at the old documents to see if I could find out what happened to Mr Kohlberg, who was stranded in Spain for 2 years. (See previous post) I found a bill from a hotel in Amsterdam, dated September 26th 1916, so he had evidently managed to get that far by then, and I am sure he made it back to his family. His sons were soldiers at the time, so it can only refer to him.
The hotel is still there, but I think the prices may have increased a little in the past 98 years!
I made a collage of my SOC pieces, it was a fun six weeks, so big thanks to Kristin and all who joined in!
This week I managed to make a journal page again, with paint, sprays, glitter, stencils and lots of doodling. My thumb is still sore, so I have to take it easy, and take lots of breaks in between. The sentiment is a line from a hymn we used to sing at school when I was a kid.
I am linking to PPF, hosted, as always, by Eva and Kristin, and to Art Journal Journey, Flower Power, hosted by our sweet Susi.
This morning I went out for a ride on my bike, and was in love with the beautiful sky over the Rhine.
The horses were, as usual, busy grazing and keeping in the shade.
I chose shady paths:
I love to see the sun sparkling on the water:
Here's wishing you all a great day, take care, have fun,
and thanks a lot for coming by!