I'm honoured to have been interviewed by the lovely Ruth, from Precious Things this week. Ruth's blog explores the meaning of the everyday object. As she says:
"I am a sociologist who is fascinated by everyday objects: the beautiful, the ordinary, the unusual. From humble teacups to abandoned chairs, I'm trying to work out exactly why these things matter. Why do we love or loathe them? And what can only our most precious possessions tell us?"
Proof that I can occasionally act like an adult can be found here.
Wednesday, 28 April 2010
All who are lovely enough to comment should be showered with cup cakes, glitter and macarons. I promise to use my spoon bending mind powers to try and get that happening for all who are lovely enough to share their words. Those who go the extra step to share posts should really get a free unicorn. Or at least the gift of finding the shortest and quickest line at the supermarket on a regular basis. xx
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More talent! I need a lie down. I hope you consider making time for more artwork, I imagine particularly if one is good at it its therapeutic. Mind you I always start off with great intentions with hobbies thats why I have a cupboard full of wool!ReplyDelete
Achelois - I have lots of 'to do' projects sitting around too. I do try to at least sketch what I would like to paint but as much as I love it, it can be really hard and frustrating at times. Especially when my arm decides to fling the paint filled brush across the room.ReplyDelete