Honestly, I don't know where the time goes. I'd intended to write a "weekending' post. It was a good weekend. I'd made some time for myself each day and got quite a lot of real work done. The weather has been SO nice. I've spent entirely too much tine indoors.
This afternoon, the sun came out (briefly)and the thermometer hit 60F. There aren't going to be too many days like that in the next few months. I called up to Chris (we were both working in our offices) that we'd had enough and I was going out for a walk, unless... UNLESS.. he wanted to go to the beach. Ha!
The phone has been out all week. So too, and for most of that time, was the satellite tv. Aside from my cell phone, hooked up and held in place on an antennae, it has been pretty quiet. That's not all bad. However, I generally notice that the picture quality in my posts is poor when posting using my phone. Sorry.
As the neighbor's flocks have grown, he's expanded into every available field in the area. I hear them from several directions. Used to be that I'd know when they'd gotten out of the fenced pastures by the direction of their baas. No longer.
This week's picture is part of a mystery I'm trying to solve.
Can anyone read this?
It is the first page in an old Bible, printed in 1590. It has been restored. I am trying to find more information on this particular printing, ie. how many were printed, where are others. It is a beautiful object, the pages are wonderful to the touch, the illustrations elaborate and some colored with red. Just think, it was printed before the years of the plague. Boggles my mind.