More views of the lake
And a nice house by Bellagio.
Spent the evening with Madi eating out and discussing Universities, LSE and how to choose a degree course. It would help, I pointed out, if she had an ambition for a particular profession. I think she would be better off with a gap year but that is her choice. Things were much easier when I was that age. Mind you I had a burning desire to be a radio astronomer - which I did achieve. But then discovered in my early thirties that I loathed academia - and academics so morphed into an industrial engineer and loved it until I retired at 74. Mind you the last two years I was bored. I am a problem solver and no one was bringing new problems only old ones I could do easily.
It took me years to realise I was a problem solver - which, I think, is why I am weaver. I see something and think Would that translate into a weave? I must admit that the most exciting bit of weaving for me is weaving the first 6 to 12 inches when I can see if I have got it right. After that there is the boring bit of weaving the rest of the five yard warp! It also explains why I hop around from weave type to weave type.
Today is grey and overcast and a bit cooler. Nice!