Tolkien, artist

Life is Returning to Normal

 So LJ is finally back up and running.  We'll see how long this will last until the next DDoS attack, but I'm happy.  I was able to get my latest drabble posted last night, so I'm current on those again.  







It's still hot, hot, hot here - really sucks to wake up in the middle of the night and realize that you're just dripping wet.  Even though winter is a lot more work in many ways, I'm starting to miss snow.  Someone slap me, please!  Actually, my favorite seasons are spring and fall, and we're approaching fall at breakneck speed! 
 




 
On Sunday we're off to see the Tutankhamun - The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs exhibit at the Minnesota Science Museum.  I've been wanting to get out there and see this since the exhibit opened in the spring, and just now grabbed the time.  That will leave one open weekend of the first weekend of August, then comes Irish Faire and then Ren Faire starts and goes until October 2nd.  My weekends are already sewn up until late fall.  It's rather amazing! 
 
I also like spring and autumn - I don't like the extremes. Unlike you, we were lucky for the past few days - they were cloudy and rainy, so it was quite cold for this time of the year (between 15 and 22°C).
Enjoy the exhibition! I would like to see it too.
I am really looking forward to the exhibit. Although not as good as "Quest for Immortality" of a few years ago, it is still fabulous and my DH and I will enjoy it a great deal. It is only here until September 5, so if I want to see it a second time, I'll have to grab time on a studio day to go.

- Erulisse (one L)
My BFF Sharon saw the exhibit when it was in Denver last year. She said it wasn't as good as "Quest for Immortality" which I saw in Milwaukee and then flew to Denver to attend for three days straight, but that it is quite good. I haven't practiced my hieroglyphics for a while, so I won't be able to read them as easily, but it will still be a joy to immerse myself in Egypt again.

- Erulisse (one L)