November 19th, 2012

View from study (sunny)

Just to demonstrate how quickly Welsh weather can change

I've already posted two, very grey, very moody shots from the geology field trip of just over a week ago. However, at the beginning of the walk, the weather was like this:

Looking north

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Learning my lines

Learning my lines by Helen in Wales
Learning my lines, a photo by Helen in Wales on Flickr.

46/52 for the group 52 of 2012

This week's theme was: Lines

This is me leaning my lines for the Welsh drama that I'm in.

In order to increase our confidence in speaking Welsh and so we can learn more complex language without going down the literary route, our tutor is experimenting with drama in Welsh for her more advance students.

None of us can act, so thankfully it's not a serious play. It's a sort of country house murder mystery, expect no one has died, instead, Lady Gladys's valuable old pearls have been stolen. Or have they?

I play Sali the maid and Miss Marblen, a batty old lady. And no comments about type-casting, if you please! :)