Calgary was full of hugs and family and friends happily married and bubbles and sun and delicious home-cooked food and little boys and girls and getting prettied up and not enough time there. Will be back soon with a scrapping/drawing/making stuff/relaxing vengeance. Still have a cough, am wading myself out of work-work as well as freelance stuff; I get to draw tonight and chill in a busy kinda way (meaning, fun work!)....going to see Batman tomorrow and I am so, soooo excited I probably won't sleep tonight! he he...=) Hoping for some fun Etsy goodies and scrap goodies in the mail today, and I'm super-excited to be going to Victoria to visit my cousin this weekend...why can't it be summer always? (sigh) Feeling good and rested and like I can take it all on. Z is super-busy, too...which doesn't make me feel so bad for being my usual workaholic self. (Maybe one day I'll grow out of it...?) More soon!
I leave you with some Edward Gorey inspiration:If you haven't heard of him, go check him out! I found his stories first a few years ago and was blown away by the happy rhyming morbid tales, the insanely detailed pen and ink drawings, the randomness....it is a little disturbing in a funny kind of way (I think) as one of the books, "The Ghastlycrumb Tinies" is all about childrens' misfortunes from A to Z, but they seriously rock. "The Doubtful Guest" is my favorite, the drawings just crack me up - so random! Really funny...and if you're not into R-rated black and white stories or unhappy children, you have to at least check out his drawing skills....(sigh). In the vein of Tim Burton, I love it! Happy day, guys! Hope all is well! =)