Monday, 17 October 2011
Washing Line Art and Red Dots
This is the sight that greeted me when I arrived at school at lunchtime. I really like the look of these paintings-their earthy colours and primitive symbols. I will find out what they are all about tomorrow. This is the sight I drove past (in a very slow queue-so time to take a quick photo) on the way to the shops after work. The other side of the building. On the side I normally go past the dots are pink and turquoise. I like this side more with its red dots. I was on the way to Bluewater-a large shoppping centre just down the A2. I had to buy something to wear to my Aunt and Uncle's ruby wedding on Sunday. I found a dress almost immediately and really liked it, and still did when I tried it on here. It is the most expensive dress I have ever bought but I like it so much I will wear it loads and so get lots of value out of it. Each time I wear it, it gets cheaper! I really don't like dressing up for smart occasions, but this dress is smart but relaxed-I love it! I will wear it with boots, and a long sleeved top underneath-which I have yet to buy-John Lewis wasn't too hot on those, and I was too tired to venture into the rest of the shopping centre. It is built in a chalk quarry and has lots of carparks and roundabouts. Normally I go unerringly to the John Lewis one. Today I got lost-ish-three times! I don't know what came over me! I was on the way back to London once-roundabouts come in handy when this kind of thing happens. Andy and I once got lost-and stuck-in Glasgow. We were there for far longer than we needed to be because there were no roundabouts!