I was really touched by the story someone sent via email about englishman Nicholas Winton, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicholas_Winton who instead of planned ski vacation in Switzerland went to Czechoslovakia and saved 669 lives of children during Nazis occupation. Winton kept his humanitarian exploits under wraps for many years until his wife Greta found a detailed scrapbook in the ATTIC in 1988. I used ink and blue for eyes in WC Moleskine A4. I am glad I did it on Thanksgiving.
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In the Attic – Watercolour in a small Watercolour Moleskine
Just an attempt to get a quick entry in for this month’s Challenge in the hope that others might have a go.
My parents told me I must NEVER open the attic’s trapdoor. If I did, I might see things I wasn’t meant to. One day, when they were out, I opened the door. They were right. I saw down into the upstairs area of the house. I could see carpets, furniture, bedrooms and the stairs leading to the lower floors of the house……………….!