… This week has been another good one with a little diference from the humdrum of every day goings on. Yesterday we went to beautiful, but atricously signposted, Bath. Arty Daughter had an interview at Bath Spa University for a place on their Fine Art course.
She is talented and clever and was offered a place on the basis of her portfolio alone.
For those of you who have missed him, the Painter has eventually managed to get a new Minigallery subscription sorted out
and will soon have some new pieces available for sale.
He seems to be focussing on bare naked ladies at the moment so you are having my bottom inflicted on you in his honour.
Have broached chickens with neighbours who seem easygoing about it (and everything else) but we need to make the garden a bit more secure before we can go ahead.
>I know in my heart that global warming is A BAD THING but the last few days which have, happily, coincided with half-term and a much needed break from the now 9 part time jobs have been spent very happily in the garden. I’m not a fairweather gardener and am happy in wind and rain, which has been just as well over the last few months, but to be able to potter with only the slight resemblance to Mr Bibendum that my natural figure invokes and without the layers of fleeces, jumpers and ski jackets has been rather delightful.
My propensity for perennials means that the collection of sticks in the ground you can see will, one day, be rather more than twigs.
In other lovely news the Artist’s minigallery will be up and running from 19 February – watch this space.
And finally heart felt Valentine congrats to my friends over here.