Arabic in the Snow
I went to fetch Halim at 9.30 am for Arabic lesson. As forecast, it then started snowing until lunchtime.
We sat in the conservatory overlooking the garden.
I was behaving like the typical student in the back row taking photos while Halim was giving attention to Len. Every now and then, he would pronounce a new word in Arabic for me, which I had to spell in Arabic script. My handwriting in English is terrible. Writing in Arabic can be laborious, but I was successful most of the time.
Len and I had pancakes for brunch. Then fatigue caught up and I fell asleep on the settee for over an hour. I still haven't quite got over the flu. So I went to bed until just before 5 pm.
Today's submission is a layered collage of the table with Arabic notebooks and the garden.
Roast lamb and spuds for dinner. Vera later.