The above linked pdf is a free pdf of drawing lessons. Please feel free to use it to learn to draw. Nate would love it if you and your kids were learning to draw.
I am finally getting to the point where I am able to finish some books! I haven’t gotten around to writing the reviews, so I haven’t posted them here yet. I hope to in the next day or two.
I have completed 56 of my goal of 100 books this year. Most of them were actually in January and February. I am glad I got ahead back when I was feeling like reading. It’s been difficult to concentrate on reading when there is so much of everything else going on in my head.
I am lucky enough to have been working at work, and not solely in the house. I have been doing the household errands for family members while I am out, so that not everyone is going out. One person making one trip to the grocery store for three households is much better than three people going out. Especially if those households have elderly people. Plus, I know it’s done correctly if I do it. (Yes, I am a Virgo, for those who believe in that.)
I am still trying to finish up my painting class for this semester. Zoom meetings twice a week break up my schedule.
I feel like I’m handling the shelter in place fairly well on most days. I just wish I could get more reading done. I know it’ll come back, since I’m getting there slowly.
In the article above are some things to do at home, to keep the arts going, and to keep ourselves entertained. I haven’t checked to see if all of the links work, but there should be enough on the list to keep us busy for a while.
The above linked article tells about the author of the Captain Underpants series running weekly online drawing lessons during the quarantine.
Nate1Design on Facebook and @nate1design on Instagram is also running online drawing lessons, but I think it’s twice a week. Hopefully, this link will work: https://www.facebook.com/Nate1Design/
Keep busy and healthy everyone!
The above linked article shows updates of classic paintings, following today’s guidelines. Some of them are very cute. It’s worth a look.
I am looking forward to the event in the above linked article. It runs from March 21-July 26, so I have time to get there. Part of the event is showing her personal collection that wasn’t opened until 50 years after her death. I am very interested in seeing all of it.