I am writing this all up, and I did a bit of my art homework, which I have forgotten to do last week (Sorry!) Which reminds me I must do my English essay… but I can do that on the weekend, it’s only 350 words, after all I did spend an entire Sunday afternoon writing a 1000 word essay! But the book I’m studying links to a Hundred Seas Rising as we’re doing a novel by Charles Dickens who also wrote a Tale of Two Cities which was Suki Chan’s inspiration for her Project. So I wonder if “Great Expectations” will inspire me to create a world-class artwork too…
Watch this space!
In the words of Charles Dickens, the weather conditions at the moment is
“Stormy and wet, stormy and wet; mud, mud, mud, deep in all the streets. Day after day, a vast heavy veil had been driving over London from the east, and it drove still, as if in the east there were an eternity of cloud and wind.”
If this is not coincidence, what is?
Just came back from my lunch break, I went out and had lunch with my Mum, Ellie and her mum, at Frankie’s and Benny’s. It was really delicious, unfortunately the weather is still “wet; mud, mud, mud, deep in the streets”, so I got a tad wet going across Gunwharf. Earlier on, I did some photocopying for Wendy; I had to photocopy all the pages of all the Arts Award Booklets (Bronze, Sliver and Gold) enlarging them from A3 to A4, which proved to be tricky and we had a paper jam. Then Wendy showed me how to scan it so that it will print the sheets onto two sides on one A4 sheet. This was easier to do and I printed 5 booklets per level (5 for Bronze, 5 for Sliver and so on) and stapled them together. Halfway between the jobs the paper ran out and I went to get some more to fill it up again. Then I finished the task I was set just before one, just in time for lunch!
This now leaves me to this current moment…
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