Thursday, 7 March 2019
No 1 drawing project , DILF and the beach !
Day 1 of my own 100 day project. As l said yesterday .... l need to go back to drawing every day. This was one way l thought l might achieve that, by announcing to the world what l was thinking of doing! Ha!
One of the things people in UK talked about when they knew we were coming to Australia, was ...SPIDERS !!!!
This first one is a baby Redback ....very nasty even when it is a baby! yikes! The others l am not sure what they are!! I have a lot to learn.
Today Thursday ... was a dull, cool day but we still went to the beach. Why? Well there is a group here called DILF ( Dads l'd like to friend ) which my son, husband and grandson belong too. They meet on this particular beach, the children play and the dads chat! It is funny because l thought they would chat about football/Rugby and other men "subjects" but actually it is just like listening to woman chatting. How to put children to sleep, grumpy children, potty training etc! :)
My grandson and l had great fun following footsteps ......these turned out to be mine, which my grandson thought was hysterical. :)
Then we watched the surfers and the canoeists battle the waves.
Then my grandson found tiny holes in the sand, so he used his fist to dig, to see what was down there. So funny to hear him making growling noises and saying ... drill, drill, dig, dig !
I cannot always draw when l am on the beach but l cannot help getting creative with what l have to hand! That is if l can photograph it before my g/son destroys it! Ha!
Night all xx
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