(the Artist's Niece, 1934)
Today will be my eleventh day in a row of going off to work and there is yet another shift tomorrow. All work and no play...well, that's not entirely true. I did whip in to the Reuse Centre (horrible dusty place but a treasure trove for books) and found a first edition of Bond Street Story by Norman Collins. Having a peek at the first few paragraphs before marching off to the circulation desk at the library brought a huge smile to my face. And our new stove is being delivered later this afternoon!
In the meantime, I thought it was time to change the scenery a bit. This portrait by Harold Harvey (1874 - 1941) of his niece captures a look of complete serenity. Something I hope to achieve on Sunday with a day of complete nothingness.