Despite scorching temperatures in July, interesting things happened. I continued with Joanne Sharpe's online class, which resulted in cheerful mantra pages.
I managed to keep track of time.
For a cultural evening, I attended Verdi's Aïda at the Roman theater in Carthage. So I did blind sketches in the dark.
Unfortunately, it was a poor performance.
We left at the intermission (first time I've ever done that!).
I went South to Djerba for a week with family members.
Despite the heat (50° C.= 122°F.), it was an enjoyable vacation. Nice hotel, beautiful beach with a warm Mediterranean.
I enjoyed sketching the well-kept, beautiful camels and horses for tourists on the beach.
Camels fascinate me--they're so full of personality and have such interesting faces.
Thanks to the heat, I managed to do some stitching in my fabric journal as well. Basically, I was glued to the AC while just moving my fingers...