You'd think that winter would add some grace and femininity to my walking when forcing me to take tiny steps on slippery streets instead of my normal striding along. But no, unless you use the words graceful and feminine to describe some hunchback granny. I'm so used to taking huge steps that this non-snowy winter drives me nuts. I used to walk fast so that people would leave me alone. Nowadays I have to walk fast as my significant other is a lot taller than I am. Together we fly down the road...
I think the rain is taking care of what is left of the snow we had. What a moody weather.
Today's book is a custom order journal for my mother-in-law. Pictures could be better if taken more than ten minutes after waking up. This book had to hurry to its car ride.
This is a large binding covered with orange and dark brown linen. Hand stenciled flowers on front cover. Approx. 8.5"x12"x0.6" (21,5x30,5x1,5cm) and many vanilla colored pages. Too late to count them now as this book is already far away.
I'm hoping to get an animal guest featured in the blog later this week. Books of good things are on their way in English, too. Little gluing and little sewing is still to be done.