Thanks for popping in. Hope you are enjoying this Bank Holiday Monday? When the building is empty it is a perfect opportunity to get some work done! Whilst Dave worked in one part of the factory, doing stuff he can’t do when the staff are in, Paul and I used the quiet space in the office to make a demo plan for the BIG Birthday Weekend on TV coming up. We’ve had a lot of help from our Groovi and Clarity friends, so much of the artwork is all ready to be served. Now we know what we’re doing, my mind is not racing quite so much!
I woke up with a washing machine head you see, as is so often the way in the lead up to a run of TV shows. Just going round n round n round in circles. But it will be fine. It always is. Just needed to establish a game plan, a schedule to work to. Get all my ducks in a row. Got that now.
Apart from anything else, we’re dealing with a few days of back to back shopping TV shows! That’s hardly anything to panic about really, is it?! Nobody is terminally ill. I mean, we aren’t trying to flee war-torn Syria, are we? There’s no out of control forest fire about to engulf our home. No, nothing like it. I need to get a little perspective on things, get grateful. Actually, very grateful. You know the expression ‘my mind is playing games again.’ That’s it. I just have to refuse to play, not join in. Ice cold.
Looking forward to starting a new colouring postcard project in the SHAC-Shack tomorrow. One bird at a time, one feather at a time. Luck number’s 3. A real exercise in shading. In fact, I think I may just lose myself in it for an hour or so now. Get my beady eye in… You know, get ahead of the game, being the bus driver and all that! I wonder if you can guess which postcard we are going to tackle tomorrow… Go on, have a think. Process of elimination. Put your guess below. Let’s see whether you call it.
Love and Hugs,
PS It’s not the ducks !!