Just a quick and silly post, using the wonders of RA and Photolab. Hope everyone is having a happy Easter!
I guess it's been around 7 weeks since I wrote Part 1 and somehow thought I might have some free time. (What was I thinking?!) I've now finished my big project and have a few weeks before the next one starts. I managed to take Sunday and Monday off this week! (Normally I work pretty … Continue reading Rebalancing – Part 2
It's not often that an Armitage project comes along that my husband is also interested in. A space romp, though, is something he can appreciate. Space Sweepers is about a four-member crew of scavengers, essentially, who gather space junk to sell. They are outsiders, no longer part of the establishment and always trying to find … Continue reading Space Sweepers (2021)
I loved watching the Audible interview and couldn't resist screenshotting these pics for posterity! Back to work now for me, but I'm looking forward to steak and baked potatoes tonight. Hope you are having a wonderful Valentine's Day! 💕
Oh yes I know... I said Part 1 and then didn't do a Part 2... yet. I suppose I was so caught up in the euphoria of my son finishing his school that I completely forgot I was entering what is arguably the busiest time in my work! After a blissful weekend of (deludedly) thinking … Continue reading Best Laid Plans
My New Year's Resolution was to try to stop putting myself last. So, I'm now in a rebalancing phase. My younger son finally finished the last assignments for his college program on New Year's Eve, and we are just waiting to hear whether he achieved the diploma. For him, he mostly values the accomplishment and … Continue reading Rebalancing – Part 1
Ever realize that you seem to have so much going on that odd things are happening? I wouldn't mind so much if I were distRActed (i.e. distracted by Richard Armitage, for the uninitiated), but that does not seem to be the case. Now I'm not sure whether I've permanently "lost that loving feeling" (as the … Continue reading DistRActed? or Just Distracted?
It's been an exhausting few weeks and I'll be glad to see the back of October. Work I am not a morning person, nor will I ever be. This was proved true once again by the intense course I took, held over four days from 7:45 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Who thinks up these times?? … Continue reading Bye-Bye October
Continuing on from Part I, here is Part II of my compare-and-contract exercise in response to the June interview in which Richard Armitage responded to questions about music in his life. Since I posted Part I, a couple of other bloggers have also done their take on music throughout their lives (and apparently I was … Continue reading Soundtrack of My Life: Armitage/Me – Part II
Back in June, an interview came out with Richard Armitage responding to questions about music in his life. I was so swamped with work that month that I had little time to do anything but give it a quick once-over. But I keep coming back to thinking about his answers. The interview might seem like … Continue reading Soundtrack of My Life: Armitage/Me – Part I