As promised. For those of you who are interested in such things. Here is the final signature of the Stockholm travel journal. This is the fastest I've ever completed a travel journal after arriving home from a trip. Probably because there was only a page or two to finish up and some photos to print and add to the mix. It is also, by far, the most fun I have had working in a travel journal on vacation.
You will notice I tackled several subjects more than once. Including that mother-in-law's tongue above. I liked this version more than the first. Less wimpy. A bit more bold.
I think the reason it was so enjoyable is because I stopped thinking so much about what I should do on each page and I just DID. Whatever I wanted. If Mary Ann was doing something - even though I thought it might be too hard. I did it. I told myself I was not making a masterpiece. Though I will likely think all of them are masterpieces in the future. Ok. Maybe not all of them. Definitely not Fredrik Henr AF Chapman, who is coming up shortly for your review.
The end. "That's all she wrote" as my dad used to say when there wasn't anything left. Thanks for coming along for the ride. I will enjoy looking at this journal in years to come and recalling in great detail the complete delight that was Stockholm. Heck. I am enjoying looking at it now.