A smooth day’s travel via winged chariots hailing from north and west and of course my little Ohio River Valley. A few of us are landed, in our physical bodies at least, if not fully and completely just yet.
Antigua is mostly quiet, especially compared to years past when Easter time was nigh. The breezes are warm, two of us here are from cold climes. We are beginning to thaw.
These past weeks of grief and loss have been wearying, this is certain. Traveling finds me weary at the end of an uneventful but rather long day as well. But I am grateful for the thawing. Grateful for this work which brings me to such beautiful places in the world.
Tomorrow is a fresh day. With camera and sketching gear in hand, I’ll head into town to warm up the image making muscles with my fellow artists.
For now, it is time to rest.