Quick Friday evening LO. And another sketch, there are a lot floating around the challenge world at the moment, my very fav type of challenge - although my end is usually a bit different from the original - but that's part of the fun.
Here's the sketch from Scrap Africa (in honour of my friend Lizzy being named as a guest DT there - even if she doesn't like Spandau Ballet - humph!!-)
This is Meaghan looking the part on her yr 10 camp - love the eye camouflage...
Confession time - of the literary kind.
I will read just about anything, from biographies through to chic lit. I had heard about the Shades of Grey series but hadn't bothered to find out what it was actually about. I grabbed a cheap copy and thought the main characters big secret was probably supernatural - aren't all popular books about that now?? OK, my eyes just about popped out when I got down to reading it. And I did manage to finish it pretty quickly I have to say...
And went and bought the next one...
And quickly passed it on to a close friend.
But to be honest they aren't that well written and I haven't rushed out to buy the third, IT was getting a touch unbelievable, a touch boring and more than a touch repetitive by the end. One day I will finish them off but not now.
I had to read some serious stuff to balance them or my brain would have imploded so I have since read 'We need to talk about Kevin' which I loved and "The Road" which was hard work and reminded me alot of 1980's literature. Not bad but hard to recommend.
And have just finished reading 'A Discovery of Witches" - more Vampires, witches and daemons but at least it is well written and a great story - sort of derivative of The Historian also a cracking read, and I would completely recommend both of them.
Have just started 'The Eyre Affair" by Jasper FForde, should be fun.
Did I mention I love reading??
Ok enough from me, xxx