I’m feeling pretty crummy and was (praise) mercifully allowed to leave work early. Trelawney (“Lucky” to my neighbor) greeted me when I came home, clearly aware with her catty senses that I wasn’t well.
I grabbed my camera and snapped these while the sun was still up.
Our family pets are still in Saint Augustine, about a year older than the last time I saw them, and I miss their furry faces. These are some photos I took before moving to Tennessee
Had a chilly but delightful eight mile hike up to the falls (which I climbed) with my kindred and friends over in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park
Look for the rest on my photography page!
While my camera is in the shop I figured I ought to keep up the productivity. I’ve finished chapter six of the novel and am about a third of the way through my sci-fi screenplay.
Here’s a sketch that I doodled and then transferred to canvas so that I could color it.
It’ll be for sale once I’m finished. Probably a fun piece to decorate a kids room with or an office if you’re a fan of Disney or Dreamworks animation.
I’ll be using acrylic on the canvas, and I have only color blocked the first layer, but here you go:
It was bath day for Chessi so we spent the afternoon in the garden while her fur dried out. Simon joined us, and he had a lot to say about my neglectful behaviour