Monthly Archives: July 2015

Holidays

As today is the first day of the school holidays it has obviously poured with rain all day. Tomorrow we are off on our holidays to Pembrokeshire so have been packing. I’d like to promise sketches on my return but … Continue reading

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July

In my seasonal reading, Stephen Moss, in Wild Hares and Hummingbirds, describes July as a month of stasis, “a chance to reflect on the rollercoaster ride of spring.”┬áNow chicks have been raised, parent birds are moulting ready for the colder … Continue reading

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Rocket box

If you sat quietly in our living room you could be forgiven for thinking that we’ve got a fairly serious plumbing issue. From all corners of the room comes a steady chorus of dripping, punctuated with the odd bubble. There’s … Continue reading

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Veg patch update

Little Owl did very well in both her performances this week. We’ll be singing the songs to Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat for some time to come. I was completely mobbed on the Hook-A-Duck stall at the school summer … Continue reading

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Sketchbook

This week I’m drawing more cyclists.

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