Post -Christmas Lego rage
It’s been a difficult time.
We finally managed to get the whole family together for the first time since March 1st 2020 (Isabel’s christening, just as everything was crumbling with Covid).
Sending out some of the home-made Christmas cards I painted ages ago (2014!) and have been keeping for no real reason to friends and family. They are mostly on the theme of cats distracting Father Christmas as we used to have two cats Shadow and Archimedes who would climb the Christmas tree and fight the…
Father Christmas and cats.. and a shameless plug for Aladdin!
Some copies of Quentin Blakes Father Christmas’s , mine of Father Christmas being distracted by the family cat, and a shameless plug for the pantomime I’m in in January!
Christmas cats and blobs
This is very early I know, but mum mentioned she’d like me to do a Christmas scene she could use for her Christmas cards so these are a few attempts… she isn’t as big a cat fan as I am though!
Adam sent me this photo of his lovely fiancee Jo and her sisters when they were younger jumping on the bed. And the other photo is of my sister and I on our Christmas day walk.
Its starting to feel a lot like Christmas…
I’ve gone out and done some of my Christmas shopping at IKEA (obviously),and managed to get caught up in the 1 Euro breakfast madness that they have at their cafe which I think was the most stressful part. A coffee is only 50 cents but you have to be prepared to FIGHT TO THE DEATH…
Mum has kindly pointed out that this would never happen because robins are very territorial.
Bath Christmas Market
Gutted I can’t make it to Bath Christmas markets this year because I’m in a pantomime (I’m Jill in Jack and the Beanstalk – to book your tickets go to: http://ecc.theatreinbrussels.com/?page_id=736 ) , but this is last years trip and the watercolour I did today of Bath.