Tuesday, 17 November 2009

Wool and Wonders

Just a quick post today as I am about to whizz off to the V&A museum for a tutorial with my personal specialism tutor. Assessment is getting rather close now but fortunately I have only one thing left to do on my Fine Art Module and I'm keeping my fingers crossed that I will get the go ahead to round up the other module as in my mind it has reached its conclusion.
No hospital visiting tonight as its Kirsty's tutor consultation evening at college although M-I-L unfortunately continues to deteriorate & my Father- in-law has been told to expect the worst.
To escape all this doom and gloom I did have a couple of little (semi-educational) weeks over the weekend. Friday was a trip up to the V&A to see the Maharajah exhibition with some ERTF girls. Really yummy (I do like a bit of bling) and far too much to see at one visit so if I have time I might creep in again today as I get to go in free as a member. We then had a lovely chatty lunch (I love their lunches) , a few moans, more than a few laughs and it was so nice to get out.
We were aiming to go out again on Saturday to begin some preliminary research for my dissertation (gulp) but the dreadful weather kept us Hornchurch and Romford bound, swapping the hospital visiting etc so we could go out on Sunday instead.
Sunday the weather was glorious, everything bathed in a golden autumn light.We visited Lavenham in Suffolk and all I'm going to say about my proposed dissertation at this stage is - Baa!
So I now feel refreshed and more upbeat.Mind you I have got that tutorial coming up........


Gina said...

Hope the tutorial is a good one Chris. Sorry I missed you all on Friday.

Miriam Weaver said...

Love the photograph, we are lucky to have so much history, just on our doorstep! Well almost! Hope you got on ok today, speak soon.X

sharon young said...

You sound much more upbeat now, Chris , good luck with your tutorial.