I am doing what I usually do on a Saturday morning, which is almost always NOTHING productive. My saintly husband who gets to do nothing on Sunday morning, has already vacuumed the whole main floor and cleaned the kitchen. Nope – you can’t have him … he’s ALL mine!
I am still in bed …
Psst … just in case you’re wondering I will cut Georgia
rat’s nest hair soon.
I am having a …
I love this cup Sam made. That’s a Pokemon battle going on. I was quite thrilled that he voluntarily chose to use more than one colour. His teachers complain that he rushes through his art projects using just one colour, any colour … I am assuming that it is the one closest to his hand at the time. The boy just ain’t artsy-fartsy.
Georgia is watching cartoons. I don’t like cartoons, never really have. Well … I did love the Flintstones as a kid, but mostly I like things that seem like ‘real life’ (the Road Runner made me CRAZY). It’s true of art, movies, tv and writing … oh and even hair dye. I always tell my colourist, “It has to be a colour that could actually occur in nature – NO burgundy!”
Which brings me to Patterns of Ink a great blog written by Tom in Michigan. I am on Chapter 5 of Bringing Home the Duncan Phyfe. I have to say that I am LOVING the story so far. Real life 1950’s stuff (how would I know right?). Tom, I have to say that you have your mother’s talent of making things ‘cozy’.
Go on over girls … you won’t be sorry!
What do you do on a Saturday morn?