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signs of life.

There is something special about seeing the small, everyday, signs of life.


row, row, row your boat

Soooooo, I have just got my marks back for my first assignment with the London Art college. I got 81% which I am very happy with! But let me go back a bit and tell you about the project shall I, otherwise this post is just a little confused.

So I had to do a double page spread for a children’s book using the famous words: Row, row row your boat, gently down the stream. Merrily, merrily, merrily, life is but a dream.

This is the first time I have ever attempted anything like this, but I have to say, I thoroughly enjoyed it! I took my time and I enjoy every single second of it!

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Now I did take some work in progress shots, mostly because I myself like to look back on where it started and where it ends up. That is one of my favourite things about a creative project like this. The quality of the pictures isn’t great sorry (shame on me lol)



not seeing cebu

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If you don’t know already, I am rather fond of creative things. So much so that I somewhat fearlessly try things and get all excited before I really know what I am doing or getting myself into. This leads me to being in way over my head on occasion. Awhile back I got it in my head to have a go at writing, now I really did enjoy writing and english class when I was in school. Yes school, so many moons ago, what was I thinking! However I did learn a lot, about a lot of different things and I do still enjoy writing, but I see now more clearly where it can be of use for me.
So why am I telling you all of this? Well I was doing a travel writing course, turns out I don’t write like a travel writer at all, so I was laughing to myself as I recently came back from a trip to Cebu. It really is a gorgeous spot to have a nice relaxing holiday (not good travel writing lol), but I cannot tell you anything else, I did not see a single bit of Cebu. The hotel however was fantastic and perfect for kids!