We went briefly out for errands and I tucked up the boys (Oscar Dandelion and his son, Twiglet) in my soft, warm, colourful poncho. John says he wants a Spaghetti Western Clint Eastwood one. I don’t think the colours on mine – pink, green and red chevrons – get him excited, like they do me.
Unfortunately, I must have caught something from the doctors’ waiting room, last week. I’ve an infection in my lungs.
I just bought a brill rainbow led keyboard (alas, wired) for just £11. And, since I’m one of the top 7,000(!) reviewers at Amazon UK, I’m reviewing, for a seller, an led lamp that plugs into your computer tower via usb; it has three settings for white, and another for cycling through all the colours of the rainbow. On top of my acrylic make up cube there is a green glass tiffany lamp in the shape of a tortoise (a birthday present); it glows a light yellowish green. So, I’m sitting here, alone, except for Chester, Oscar and Twiglet, in this dark room with colourful lights all around me. It’s a bit trippy combined with the sedating quality of the ‘pain’ pills, the constant pain and the tiredness!
I have all these ideas of things I want to do but rarely find the energy for. It’s frustrating. I know I want to make some clay ornaments for Christmas to sell and some curtains for Twiglet’s bedroom (his crate) – and, a cake and some flapjacks.
The doctor/health thing is stressing me immensely, I can’t bring myself to talk of the recent updates…yet.
I wrote some more on Red Shoes, a short story (is 5,500+ short?) and am now thinking of splitting it into three parts. I, for one, find reading something of that size in one go a bit much as it’s on the computer/tablet, it’s just not as restful for the eyes as traditional paper is.
In the next few days I hope to complete the ebook for The Hotel Unicus, so readers can buy a copy off Amazon. I would like to add some extra images to it.
Now, it’s time for a nap… ZZZzzz…
Hope to speak to you soon, thanks for dropping by! 🙂
Copyright Faith McCord 2016
Story and artwork belongs to Faith McCord who is the author and artist holding the copyright. This is not a public domain work. Worldwide rights.