I think moderate is going to be the word for our weather this year. We had a moderate winter, and spring seems to be about the same, which makes me wonder if we will have a moderate summer too.
Today was one of those days you would have expected to reach the mid-70s. Instead, it hovered around 68 most of the day.
I bought groceries for Elizabethe’s Mother’s Day dinner tomorrow. I’ve decided to fix salmon over a bed of angel hair pasta with an alfredo sauce. For the side dishes, a salad, asparagus, bread and carrots.
After I got all that done, and after a short nap, I headed down the Canal Trail to take a few pictures. The weather was perfect for being outside. It wasn’t too cool or too hot.
I keep waiting for the flowers on the trees to bloom. The crabapples look like they are about to open, but they’ve looked like that for a week or more. The same with the lilacs. (In fact, this weekend is the lilac festival in Rochester.) The tulips and daffodils are in bloom as well as dandelions.
Plug for Workshop
This is a plug for my 2016 workshop. It’s September 13th-16th and you can read more and register here:
This workshop is for people who are serious about learning how to paint using their computer. It’s not an automatic program that does the work for you, but a software package that allows you to PAINT with various mediums. Here’s a sample of something I painted…
During the class we’ll learn how to paint various subjects. It will be informative, fun and hands-on.