All day in the garden (except that I tend to come in earlier these days!) and we are finally beginning to catch up with the weeding: in the main part of the garden at least; the wild garden at the top is living up to its title.
I decided to spend the whole day painting and editing photographs on the computer; despite having a lot of writing to do and a growing desire to get back into my studio to work. My excuse was that there was the final day of the cricket test on the radio and if I want to listen to this I have to paint: drawing is difficult and writing in impossible. I could have painted in my studio of course but I haven’t got any works at the right stage.
I was out in the morning and in the afternoon I had to finally catch up on my writing – plus some digital art and blogging. I am increasingly wondering if building a substantial internet presence is actually the best way forward. I should probably be up in London networking (not something I am very good at or indeed have much of an inclination for!).
A very late start as I went out early in the day. The afternoon was divided between gardening and working on the computers.
I was out all morning, not getting into my study until the early afternoon. I worked on the computers the rest of the day.
After a morning of odd jobs I spent much of the remainder of the day in the garden so very little creative work was done.
I was out in the garden for the majority of the day. I am actually beginning to catch up with all my gardening jobs now – only about three months late!