No photos to share this week, unfortunately... I hope to get back on track with that by next week.
My schedule was scrambled up a bit, with meetings/school functions/games to attend every night this week, and a black cloud of deadline looming over my work desk during the day. This cut into my project time at home, but I did make a couple of advancements.
I completed the landscape photography in Lightroom course that I've been watching in bits and pieces online. I have many new notes in my notebook related to editing photos, and also shooting suggestions for complicated scenes in the field, and I look forward to applying my new knowledge. I've backed up my most recent DSLR shots, and once I do the same for the other two cameras then I'll be in a position to begin editing my last trip to Kauai.
I'm also keeping track of the tulip bloom up in Skagit Valley (they have a handy website with regular updates!) The tulip festival has been on my photography bucket list for a while, so my fingers are crossed that I'll make it up to the valley this Spring.
During my "sit and wait for someone" time this week, I continued work on the embroidery project. I'm now on the 4th and final American Goldfinch square, I'll take good photos once they are all complete and ironed. I bought new embroidery hoops which do a much better job of holding the fabric firm than the old wooden hoops do.
I found some plastic containers that are just the right size to slide into the cube organizers in the art room, so I bought two packs and they are currently sitting on the floor waiting for me to have the time to reorganize my embellishments. In the short term, this will delay my scrapbooking progress, but in the long run it'll make the rest of the ephemera albums go quickly.