Visual Storytelling - Library Adventures
This is a series for my Visual Storytelling class over at the Define School. I've learned a ton these past 4 weeks ..and while I know I'm missing a few core elements to the story.. (realized after the fact) I really enjoyed this process.. I've felt stretched and have learned so much! I seriously can't wait to take another class this year! A little recap of my library adventure, I wasn't able to have a lot of free time this week, but did have enough to sneak in a morning visit with my friend Lindsay Hood & her two cute kiddo's to hang out at the Edmonton Public Library.
Mr. M (Lindsay's son) with his big sister took me on the grand tour of the kids area..though, Mr. M was making sure I didn't get any face shots of him without giving me the stare down..so instead, got the cold shoulder LOL but he did happened to find a ton of Christmas books, which he gladly shared with me. Love this guy and the looks he gives~ cute to the core! As I snuck away to follow Mr. M's big sister.. I caught her picking through stories and LOVED what she was wearing, her pose totally reminded me of the character of Eloise from Kay Thompson's storybooks!!
It was off to the computers..for a little computer time and while momma was checking out the stash of books, the kids climbed up the Lois Hole statue, a wonderful edmonton philanthropist that passed away a few years ago. My I only wish that as I wrapped up our library adventure, I had taken an image of Lindsay and the kids driving away to complete the story and give it a better ending.... lesson learned :)
I got a smile from Mr. M!
Computer Time with Mama & Big Sis
Reading with Lois Hole