Saturday, August 27, 2011

Waiting for..

The top sketch was while I was waiting for John to sort out with our IT fellow what was needed on the new computer. He lives at home so this was his next door neighbours bird bath.
The second one was yesterday morning after I had an early (fasting) blood test and I went to have a cup of coffee at the Anchorage and waited for John as the electrics on the console of the ute had given up and he had to take it to see what the mechanics/electricians thought. It was an interesting morning as my car was in to have the thermostat replaced, and then his car played up.
So cars were going in all directions.
So I am managing to get some sketching done even if they are very quick ones.
I am also doing some textile stuff but nothing worth looking at yet.
Oh and do have a look at my daughters blog, Sarah takes wonderful photos, and so she should as she has great equipment, not like my little point and shoot. Her link is on my Back Valley Seasons blog which is on the side bar here, cant remember probably as my other blog!!.
I will try to put the link up on this blog as well.
Cold and cloudy, John is fishing. I have cut back stuff in the garden think I might just go and read a bit more of Jean Auels latest book I got yesterday the fire is still tempting to sit by.
Still some aches but if I take things slowly I am managing well.
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Angela said...

Hi Penny thanks for the gifts you sent me. The doll is really cute and I shall find her a home in my sewing room.
Your drawings are great.

The Weaver of Grass said...

I get inspiration from your sketch book Penny - so do keep it up please.

Wanda..... said...

Cutting back some things in the garden was a chore of mine yesterday also, Penny. Enjoyed the sketches and will go visit your daughter's blog now.

annie said...

Enjoying the sketches, especially the one full of lovely greens.

Thanks for link to Sarah's blog. I am still smiling over Mason and Beethovan, and have put her on my RSS Reader.


ArtPropelled said...

I always find these quick sketches to be very charming and love both of these Penny. Also wandered over to Sarah's blog and enjoyed all her photos.

Gwen Buchanan said...

beautiful and loose..I love these.. they are so natural!!