March was a full month, with long days and fast weekends. At the Museum (3), I’ve been getting ready for the 50th anniversary exhibit, which opens at the end of July. On the homefront, I started rolling oval beads (1) with comic book pages. When I left them to dry, after I polyurethane them, some stuck to the toothpicks! Geez! I made some larger red beads (6) from pages of Yankee magazine (2) because my friend Erika was having a red link party one Friday. That’s the day I publish my Facebook post, so it’s been hard to participate. I went to DC the last week of the month, just in time for the cherry blossoms (4). Tuesday afternoon, my boss and I went down to the reflecting pool on the mall, to see the monuments. The weather was beautiful, but it went downhill from there... Here’s me holding up the Washington Monument (5). On Wednesday, we went out to see the grounds at Mount Vernon (7) and visit the museum and education center. I’m saving the pics taken Friday for April’s month of photographs. A real eye-opening month, all in all!