I have been in all day (in my jammies, of course) putting finer touches to work for the next issue of Creativity Life. The first issue was incredibly successful and here's to a second successful edition. Ive had a lot of work to do for it but its always so nice to work with endless amounts of BG and DB. I even used the new Christmas papermania lines which have really grabbed my attention because they are so lovely. Clare Curd, so I hear, is bringing out her own signature line which is enthralling - she will bring out some much awaited cardmaking supplies, Im sure.
Anyway, I'd been getting myself in a rut lately and Mark suggested we take the warm evening as a sign to breathe............ **sigh**. We took a trot over to our local park and little Ed's just loved it. He really does love us all being with him, he holds his head high as if to say "Check me out, with my cool family".
Belle even managed to free herself from her pushchair and take a daring run with him. I LOVE how Ellie starts to run, she tips her head forward as if to start momentum and then runs (ie walks fast!!) for her life. She was jiggered after 5 minutes, poor love but she did have fun with her buddy. We met up with George the German Shepherd who is exactly the same age as Eddy. We constantly bump into them and its amazing how much conversation you can have with other dog walkers. Its always so polite and charming, I find. Of course, on the way round there is always time for a little observation with nature. Lots of wasps and honey bee's around consideringt he amount of rain we have had and how bloody colds its been.
We got back in time to cook tea and settle down to the X-Factor which had started earlier than previous (grrrrrrrr - but we love the audition stages). The last person to feature on there, oh my word.....FREAK out. But I guess if you are so passionate about something and believe in it (regardless of whether you are right or wrong) you cannot rip that passion from them. It reminds me of a quote, from Dr Suess that reads: Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.
On that philosophical note, I shall retire to my pit and prepare for a lubbly day teaching at Dawns Studio.