Sunday, August 23, 2020

Train - another Corona post

I´ll understand if you´re tired of these, but this is another Corona themed post - well, it´s 2020!
This week´s Sunday Postcard Art challenge theme is "Train", and as I don´t have a driving license, traveling by train is my usual option (no, I´ve never got on a plane so far).
I´ve only had 6 days off work so far in 2020, so I´ve been looking forward to my September holidays (two weeks, yeah!), and as always, I had planned to visit my sister in Berlin. But after watching some TV news about traveling by train here in Germany, I think I´ll better stay at home. But of course I´m not sure about this - I´d love to see my sister for the first time since Christmas, but don´t want to wear a mask for about 6 to 7 hours. And the Corona status in Berlin is even worse that the one in my home town. Should I stay or should I go? (thinking of The Clash of course! what a great song!)
So my thoughts about my upcoming holidays were the inspiration for my card, using rubber stamps from AALL & Create, Paper Artsy and My Favourite Things.

5 comments:

peggy gatto said...

I love your layerings! Corona inspires a different kind of art, I happen to like it!!!

Cindy McMath said...

Wow wonderful card Marion! I have an upcoming trip to visit friends out of town. I am travelling by car but will also be taking the ferry. I am feeling pretty optimistic about it so far. It has definitely been quite a year. Take care.

Michele said...

it is beautifully done. i sure hope you can see your sister but i understand you must stay safe first and foremost. this is really a tough time for everyone. anyway, regardless of what you do, please enjoy your vacation! it is greatly deserved! xo

Anne (cornucopia) said...

This is fantastic. Great colors and stamps. I've continued to err on the side of caution, due to covid-19. 6 to 7 hours on a train is a long time, and who knows if others will be wearing masks and following the safety rules, which is part of the reason it keeps spreading (people ignoring the safety rules).

abby j said...

Yet another example of your marvelous artistry, Marion! xox