Ooops, been a while. I know it’s been a while because it was black bin day again last week, and I thought ‘Oooh, haven’t blogged since last black bin day.’ And since I thought that, the blue bin’s been emptied. Isn’t this interesting? Can you guess which bin’s going to be emptied next week, boys and girls?
Busy, busy, busy – Shed 3 is done, and it’s now ‘resting’. Or ‘brewing’. No, ‘fermenting’, that’s better. It’s almost time to go through it one last time before sending it on it’s way. And while it’s been fermenting I’ve been going through 1 and 2, doing a bit of tweaking (and hopefully polishing). All things Shed-wise seem to be falling into a nice, round place. Which is good. I think?
Also been doing a bit of drawing – found a neat site called Etsy, and have set up shop selling my stupid pictures of cats. The shop’s called stupidcats, and it’s also on Twitter, and has a Facebook page. Called stupidcats. For some reason, I can’t put a link in to that. Oh well. Actually, I should rephrase that first bit – I’ve set up shop hoping to sell my stupid pictures of cats. Best get drawing… I’ve only done two so far, which is a tad feeble.
Three Twitter accounts is getting a bit confusing, even with TweetDeck…
Speaking of stupidcats, ours is. I think it might be the onset of spring. He’s having mad half hours, tearing round the house and attaching himself to ankles. And doing a lot of that ‘weave-in-and-out-of-your-legs-as-your-walking’ thing.
Oooh, this volcano in Iceland’s been quite exciting, hasn’t it? Brought back memories of watching a Hekla eruption from Heimaey back in… 2000? Was at a christening party at the time, and suddenly someone rushed in, babbled about an eruption, and we all piled into cars and drove down to the harbour to watch. I think I was expecting to see lava shooting up into the sky (yes, I know, it was miles away, silly!) so was dissapointed for about two seconds until I realised that the clouds stretching all the way across the horizon weren’t normal clouds – they were Proper Volcano Clouds. Had one of those lift-shaft moments, you know, where your tummy drops a bit?! And then, to top it off, a huge streak of lightening in the middle of the darkest cloud. Wow. If you really squinted, you could just make out a teeny tiny orangey-red dot on the horizon. That was lava that was.
Right, enough, I have an appointment with a little bottle of India ink and some crayons.