Yesterday I went to a workshop on astrology. Meichien asked me what I have been up to in the past year. I then listed all of my new experiences, both long-term and short-term ones.
Today I attended a workshop on making herbarium specimen.
Though it wasn't hard, most of us still couldn't get it right.
As the senior volunteer demonstrated for us, I couldn't help exclaiming that this is a form of art too. And it was a lovely coincidence that the ecology teacher I had met in the Youth Park earlier in August was in the same classroom as me.
Next it was another workshop on framing posters. The lecturer, Mr. Lin Ren-hsin, happened to be the tour guide for our cultural tour at the end of last year.
When seeing Mr. Lin at work, the senior lady next to me made the remark: By looking at how the teacher brushes off the dust, I can tell he's a good husband candidate. Wow, I didn't know that the lady is even more romantic than me....
Best of all, Mr. Lin gave a short free lecture on printmaking at the end of the workshop. Watching the video of how ukiyo-e is produced, my heart literally leaped. And it turned out that Mr. Lin still remembers me. All I can say is, we are all in the dance. I wasn't exaggerating when I said I had done MUCH during the past year!