Part One, Part Two and Part Three.
Searching for the curious – Strangely enough, whilst looking for curiosity in others I have rediscovered some of it in myself, which makes me ridiculously happy. (I also find myself struggling to NOT judge people on their lack of curiosity…but that’s an on-going woe for me that I shall continue to battle).
Bring on the frogs – The frogs are still being eaten first thing most days and I feel hugely better for it. (Please read the post before reporting me for animal cruelty…I’m vegetarian, I don’t really eat frogs).
Turning it around – I haven’t yet ordered the Greenest Green or even worked more with my Blackest Black but it is wriggling away in the back of my mind so some creepy and disturbing art will emerge from it soon I’m sure.
Comfort reading – I received a book recommendation in my comments (from Virtual Brush Box) for which I am hugely grateful, and it was swiftly ordered. Got any more?!
Thanks for reading and I welcome any comments or emails with tasks, objectives and missions that you’ve managed, failed, pondered or rejected. (Also welcome are highly recommended authors and book titles…I can NEVER get enough of those).
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I must recommend that you read the novels of Dan Brown. He sees the truth of the world in ways the rest of us can only dream of. Plus he writes good. From Inferno:
“Outside his window, hidden in the shadows of the Via Torregalli, a powerfully built woman effortlessly unstraddled her BMW motorcycle and advanced with the intensity of a panther stalking its prey. Her gaze was sharp. Her close-cropped hair—styled into spikes—stood out against the upturned collar of her black leather riding suit. She checked her silenced weapon, and stared up at the window where Robert Langdon’s light had just gone out.”
Check my arm – goosebumps.
I sense an element of sarcasm and snark in your comment. I like it. Bring it on 🙂