I want to draw every day.
I am pretty sure I won’t post what I draw every day, though I may do weekly summaries if I get round to it.
First thing was just the star from our Christmas tree.
I really like visiting family. It’s great.
This weekend we headed down to Somerset to see Siân’s folks. There are many good things about these times. Food usually plays a large part. A lot of laughter, too. The kids have plenty of time with their cousins. We were also treated to a trip to the theatre to see The Girl and The Giraffe – very entertaining, and thought provoking.
One of the best things,though, is the ready made child care and the chance for Siân & I to head out for a run. We don’t often run together so it’s always good. This time was a 10k along the canal in Taunton. I didn’t take my phone so I had to make do with a photo of the trainers.
Camping down in Devon this week. Lack of sensible phone charging is great for the disconnect.
I made a colouring sheet…
Anna, the UX critic, spent a few moments tapping this before declaring it didn’t work.
“What’s NFC? It’s useless…”
Then our bus arrived.
Today has been a feeling of empty. Made worse just now by being the only one left in an office waiting for a Windows update to finish.
This is the feeling. We’ve said goodbye to a couple of members of the BeyondPR team this week, and today is the day that hit home. Mostly because it’s the first day without them.
Today has been a feeling of empty. Farewell…
As you can see, at work we know the importance of establishing the right environment to encourage the creation of awesome.
For Father’s Day I know I appreciate anything my kids do for me in a homemade kind of way. So for my Dad I decided to sketch a shed to see if the appreciation runs out with age.
I forgot my plan and sealed the envelope before sketching so I had to put it on the envelope.