Day 329

When I woke just after 7 am, meditation was a distant memory and I was tired. I gulped down a coffee and thought about what to do with my day. It was about 27C / 80F at that point, so I figured not much would get done.

Soon as hubby skipped off to work, I did French and Norwegian. I continued with the new group of ‘People’ words in French. I’m still not remembering many of them. It’s including the numbers 11 – 13. I can honestly say I don’t remember learning 1 -10 but I am guessing I did. Eep! My Norwegian practice went the same as most days. Some things I remember, some things I don’t.

Then the Puddles saga began. I wrote up half a year’s worth of prompts last year and I picked what I thought would be the easiest holidays. For a lot of them I had ideas soon as I read them. I thought today’s topic would be easier than it was. This was my third attempt at a drawing. The whole process took about 5 hours.

In today’s Adventures of Arthur Puddles we find him in the backyard with his friend Melody Mermaid. They are celebrating ‘Tell a Fairy Tale day’. Melody has lots of stories. Douglas dog enjoyed the stories too.

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I hope your day has been splashed with kindness, creativity and good friends.

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.

3 thoughts on “Day 329”

      1. I was put in the Spanish class. I could have been in the French one but because I lived out west at the time, Spanish would be more helpful even if wasn’t the dialect I heard in the city.

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