Day 395

I listened to a ‘letting go’ meditation last night and it took a while to drift off but I ended up having a rather nice six hour sleep. It was just what I needed to start the day or maybe it was the coffee that hubby made me before fluttering off to work.

I had a procrastination fuelled morning but snapped out of it and got to all of the art-ing. I WATERCOLOURED!!!!!! This is the first time in a couple of months so I picked the easiest video I could find (in under 3 minutes) on Youtube. Check out; Basic Hut for Beginners. I didn’t follow very closely. Overall I’m happy with it apart from a couple of wonky building lines.

Then I got three Puddles finished.

In today’s Adventures of Arthur Puddles we find him taking a selfie with some cardboard cutouts of farm animals. He made them to celebrate National Farm Animal Day.

In today’s Adventures of Arthur Puddles we find him dancing around the living room listening to a tape on his 8 Track Player for National 8 Track Player Day. He video chatted with Rosie while dancing. Douglas wanted no part in today’s events.

In today’s Adventures of Arthur Puddles we find him bringing Douglas dog a lovely basket of eggs on Easter Sunday. Happy Easter!!

Once I’d done the art-ing I got some housework done. It felt like a productive day. The weekend starts for hubby tomorrow so I’m not sure if I can maintain this level of productivity or if I’ll give into the weekend relaxing. Either way, I feel I’ve had a much better week than I have in a long time, so I’m happy.

Before I wrap up, I just want to share a Youtube video about Debunking Viral Covid-19 Videos.

I hope your day has been everything you wanted it to be. Make sure to smile at least once, even if you don’t feel like it. Smiling looks fantastic on you. Stay creative, stay safe and stay at home. Take care.

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.

5 thoughts on “Day 395”

      1. We’re doing well, thanks so much, Tilly; we social distance with the youngest grandchild when we can (7 yrs old) & that’s been ‘bout the most daring we get, lol! Hope ya’ll are too 😊

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