Driftwood 8 24

Driftwood 8 24

Update notice, November 15th:

Last week I was on time, but this week I’m not, for a rather silly reason — I forgot to bring my pens and pencils when I went out to my studio/labour camp. The weather was bizarrely warm and dry, so I painted some walls and did some repairs instead. There will be a new page tomorrow night! :3

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Yay, finally an update on schedule …

And wow, Sam Leighton from the East Gateshead Community Photography Group was so kind as to send me a copy of their publication on the regeneration scheme! It contains a lot of very interesting and useful photographs that will help make chapter 9 even better. I just wish it had 600 pages instead of just 60. :o)

Discussion (2)¬

  1. Aidan says:

    Aww, still awkward. How sweet. But unwashed hair smelling nice? Aeron… you’re weird. Very, very weird.

  2. Tinet says:

    Whaaat …? :o) It’s based on my own sentiments. If I like someone I like the way their hair (and sweat, etc.) smells no matter how unwashed it is. Maybe I’m weird then. :op
    But I think it has something to do with all this mysterious interpersonal chemistry. When, for example, a relationship is ending and I don’t love someone anymore or they don’t love me anymore, I start to think they smell disgusting, no matter how clean they are. Heh.


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