Day 180

I must be tired. The day seems like a blur. I know things happened but I can’t remember what order I did them in. So let’s just start with the art stuff.

I did the Doodlewash – September prompt; 25. Vegetables, in water colour pencils. When I saw the prompt I knew I wanted to try heirloom carrots. I found a wonderful reference photo on a recipe for Heirloom Carrots & Nopalitos Green Salad after a quick Google search.

All challenge drawings can be found here…
Doodlewash – September 2019 on Three Peas, One Pod

I also did the Doodlewash prompt; 26. Pots, in pencil. I did a search on Pinterest and saw a cute set of pot plants.

I then did a little more work on the knitting project; a pair of fingerless gloves in my hubby’s favourite football teams colours. These have definitely been a labour of love. It’s the fourth attempt. I got brave and decided to run the first colour up the second, instead of just cutting it off. I’m pretending that it’s working how it should.

Fingerless Gloves WIP

I finished the day with a face full of French. I’m still working through the ‘Restaurant’ topic but I think I’m close to being finished. That means I’ll spend the rest of the week doing the timed practice runs.

It’s officially the start of the week tomorrow which means a new Happy List (I’ve been doing them, just not posting them) and getting back to working out.

I hope you have a successful and inspired week. If you’re having a hard time, just remember there is a complete stranger somewhere on the East Coast of Australia that believes in you and thinks you’re fantastic.

Tilly

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Tilly Collins

I'm on a life changing journey to 40. There will be ups, there will be downs. I'm like a roller coaster but with more agoraphobia.

4 thoughts on “Day 180”

    1. Thank you for the encouraging words. =) I like to end with positive words, to hopefully make people smile. There should be more smiles in life!

      I hope you’re having a wonderfully creative week.

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