Thank you so much for your visits and kind comments that you leave me, I love reading them and really appreciate the time you take to pop in.
It's been a bit of a blustery day here and it looks as if we will have high winds tonight, glad I'm not going anywhere tonight.
Last night was the Choral rehearsal and we had one of our Patrons who is a world renowned singing teacher giving us some coaching. This lady makes the practise so much fun that the two hours goes past in a flash. One of our pieces for this upcoming concert is quite challenging, Bach's Magnificat, it's a fantastic piece but there are lots of long runs and sustained notes, but Pat put us through our paces and it's really helped. We consider ourselves one lucky choir to have this lady's tuition.
Our concert is in four weeks time, and looking forward to it, but it will be the first concert in fourteen years that Alistair will miss as he is going away on a canoe weekend. I was furious that he OKd the date of that before running it by me, but in true typical man mode blames the choir for changing the date, as he seems to think that we have the same time every year. Anyway, it will be his loss as it's bound to be p....ing down as I've learned how to do a rain dance, and serve him right, lol.
My little make today is a canvas;
Songbird image from Chocolate Baroque stamp set and coloured with Derwent Inkintense Pencils, the sentiment is also CB from Breath of Spring stamp set. I mounted the bird image on to CE Antique Gold Foundation card, isn't showing up well , cut with a SB die, a little flourish die from Marianne Dies. I have to say the colours are much better in real life., however I'm pleased with how it's turned out.
That's me for tonight, hoping to get a bit of time to visit your blogs now, so enjoy your evening and see you soon,
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