The main part of my presentation is usually readings from the story that are relevant to facts, figures and photos that interest my audience. These may be about the Ancient Olympics, life and religion in Ancient Greece, the consequences of head injury, or any other facet of the story. But I wanted to prepare something for people to watch as they come in to the venue and settle down, and also to end with as we all leave.
|aerial view of Ancient Olympia in ?2000|
|St Andrews, Fife, Scotland|
Meanwhile, Connie at Trifolium Books is working on the restyling of the text of the story for the e-book. We want to get this uploaded by the end of the month.
We spent some time working on that together last week. The weather was sunny but chilly and, during a break in our endeavours, we took a turn in Connie's garden. There were violets and forget-me-nots everywhere, lambs in the field next door, and blackbirds nesting by the house. I even saw my first swallow on the way home. They are said to be three weeks later than usual this year.