It's that time of year again in Brussels when people I know or friends of friends are leaving, so I've been drawing leaving presents for people. This one was for a friend of a friend, who wanted to fit in as many memories as she could for them of where they lived and all the … Continue reading Leaving Presents
As part of my cartoon course I've been experimenting with using ink and a paint brush instead of the usual pen and ink +watercolours. The colours are super vivid which I really like and I have to be a bit looser with my style because I have less control of the paint brush.
I still don't talk about this decision that we have made to not fly very much as it's just too awkward.
Sometimes I get a bit down that all I seem to talk about with my mum friends is our kids when we should use our free time to talk about something else, but then I remember all the work nights out I've ever been on that always degenerate into talk about work. And it beats … Continue reading Nights out
I'm 34 weeks pregnant and it's uncomfortable to sit and uncomfortable to stand and I can't sleep properly.. SIGH.
This is happening on Saturday. I am genuinely quite worried.
There are some friends who I just don't know how we are going to keep seeing because our children just wind each other up.
It was father's day in Belgium yesterday so I drew this for my husband based on a rainy walk through the forest we'd had with our daughter a couple of weeks ago:
We ended up telling her when I was 9 weeks pregnant, before we told anybody else. I don't think she was surprised by the news!
I just finished reading 'Prosperity without Growth: Foundations for the Economy of Tomorrow' by Tim Jackson, which I highly recommend, and it inspired this cartoon.