So tomorrow we are off to see Tutankhamun (aka King Tut) in Chicago. I have wanted to see this exhibit the better part of my life, so this is a once in a lifetime (possibly) opportunity for me. I have a BFA in Art History, so this is my thing. I am so passionate about art. And Egypt holds such a lure for me. I cannot even describe the anticipation I have! So, now you’ll know where I am…hanging with the pharoah. And meanwhile…back at the pyramid…I am frantically stitching away on my exchange piece. I am over 50% finished with it, so that is a good thing. I should be able to finish it early next week, so that I can get it sent out by next weekend. And I have been productive with reading, as well. I finished The Matisse Stories on Monday night, and I finished my class book, Spiritual Economics, last night. So, I am free and clear to start The Time Traveler’s Wife. Hurrah! And for those who requested it, I now have a wishlist. There is a link to it on my sidebar (thanks to the hubby). Be warned, though, it is crazy long! Thanks to everyone for the compliments on my curtains, dang those were a pain in the ass to get right. But, they look good now. So, I’m off and should have adventures to share (with pics maybe!) when I get back. Have a great weekend! (And if you’re wondering about the crazy title of this post, that would be from Steve Martin’s song about King Tut…now I can’t get it out of my head.)
I am grateful for museums.