“Many Romani from across Europe made pilgrimage to Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer in Camargue, France on 24th May to honour Sara e Kali, the Romani patron saint.
Saint Sara’s statue is taken from the church crypt and processioned to the shore of the Mediterranean in a reenactment of her arrival in France with the ‘Maries’, the mothers of the Apostles. The town plays host to music, dancing, feasting and ritual bathing as Roma celebrate their patroness’ day.”
Yesterday was my first day working at my new job, and it was both stressing and exciting. This morning I just needed an hour to myself and my drawings (or else I wouldn’t function), so I finished a few sketches exploring the tiny house witch I drew a few weeks ago.