It’s one of those relaxed and lazy days of the week. I asked Josef if he could accompany me to the newly opened library in our town and he readily agreed. I told him bringing the car was probably a mistake because of the horrendous traffic. Such common daily routine of everyone ….traffic. He had all his IDs laminated while I waited at the library to talk to their assistants there. There is no licensed librarian yet and most of the volumes on the shelves were donations from the National Library.They have a sizable collection of National Geographic and several children’s story books, various local publications of food mag, travel and leisure. I had a good time chatting with the library assistants and I promised that I would donate some fiction/non-fiction books to add to their shelves. Finally, we have a modern and lovely town library with lots of computers and free wi-fi.Most shelves are still vacant though.
Nissa gifted me with a lovely Zen Mandalas coloring book complete with a set of Faber-Castell colored pencils, sharpener and eraser. The designs look so complicated and challenging. I was happy before having an ordinary coloring book, this one needs a lot of time before you finish a page. Coloring is a stress-buster. Josef told me early this morning that I could upload Mandala on my tab. Practice, practice, practice. It is so addicting. The final picture depends on how creative you are in choosing a combination of colors. Here are some photos that I practiced on before we went to the library.