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An ordinary day

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This one makes me think of the 70’s somehow, a bit ‘Yellow Submarine’. I don’t know if you can see from the photo but it’s actually brown and white not black and white, which is very nice.

Random things that happened today

  • I was commissioned to make two books, that makes four in all
  • Number One son bought a car – no more early mornings for me – hurrah!
  • Ate first mince pie of the year
  • Bought far too much food. The cold weather gives me the munchies.
  • Bought new gloves – it is really, really cold today
  • 13 people searched for ‘strawberry’ on Google and ended up at my blog. That makes 57 since I started noticing.
  • Received first cheque for the sale of my books. I sell books. It’s official :)
  • Watched ‘The Painted Veil’ – depressing
  • Began the Great Boot Hunt (for flat, tan riding boot style boots) – no joy yet – to be continued

So there we have it. Not a particularly eventful day but a pleasing one. No plans for the weekend. Number One son has gone off for a couple of days (have car, will travel) so I am going to make lots of books. And probably eat all the food….

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6 responses to “An ordinary day

  1. strugglingwriter November 24, 2007 at 6:58 am

    I like it. The front looks almost victorian to me. Yay for two more comissions and being paid to do what you enjoy anyway.

  2. Diane November 24, 2007 at 9:34 am

    I know! How exciting! The trouble is though I was very sad to see the ones I sold go to their new owners …. still, I have their photographs and can look at them occasionally.. :)

  3. clara November 26, 2007 at 2:14 pm

    hi Diane!
    Ordinary day, but inspiring day!
    Beautifull!

  4. Diane November 26, 2007 at 2:41 pm

    Hi Clara!

    It’s funny how ordinary days end up being very good days!

    You haven’t put any new books on your blog for a while – are you busy? I love the paper inside your last one – so rich and beautiful.

  5. Miss Ladybug November 28, 2007 at 6:58 am

    LOVE it. And so thrilled that you have started to sell these beautiful items. I’m not surprised that they are a success. Also, like your random thoughts…will make a note to miss A Painted Veil as looked intriguing but no need to be depressed unduly. Thanks for stopping by my site so often. Nice to have you visiting.

  6. Diane November 28, 2007 at 3:45 pm

    Hi there, Ladybug! Thank you! I always enjoy my visits to your site – you took a break so I am pleased you are back at it and will check it out as soon as I finish writing this :)

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