My blogging activity has been put on hold for a few days as we had a bit of a trauma at the weekend when Ben, one of or GS's, some of you will already know him as he sometimes comes and works in the studios with me, was rushed into hospital on Saturday night with suspect appendicitis.
The pains continued through the night and consequently he had to have it removed on Sunday afternoon, poor chap.
So Nanny and Granddad took his baby brother out for a hike, and as my DD doesn't use a push chair we had to get our heads round using one of her sister's baby carriers. It was very successful as you can see, Finlay was almost asleep at this point and finally dropped off and slept all the way home, about 45 minutes walk.
Granddad's not really Mr. Grumpy, he's just not used to being in front of the camera and not behind.
Anyway, Ben's home again now and making a good recovery with the aid of a new 'all singing all dancing' TV and the loan of an X-box plus games.
As things had returned to near normal I decided it was OK for me to make my planned visit to the Prism exhibition in London today. Imagine my surprise when I was looking at a particularly poweful piece of work and I recognised a fellow blogger's name, Gina. There are some great pics of the hanging on her blog and it's well worth a look.
Unforunately I can't show you any of the pics I took because although I bought a photography permit I had to sign a form not to show them on the internet. It was a very interesting exhibition with lots of variety in the work.
Speaking of varied work, those of us on the Calendar Girl group have once again been over taxing the little grey cells this month with another inspirational image, this time supplied by Sandy
Val sent me this wonderful interpretation which is in pride of place on my pin board and catches the light beautifully when the sun shines.
This was my interpretation this month and if you want to know the thinking behind it , I've recorded it here.
I'm looking forward to picking up my blogging habits again next week and will hopefully be able to post up some creative stuff, at last. It's taken me 3 weeks just to photograph all the work and collate it for a Remote Monitoring Report.