This week’s photo challenge is to take you through a day in my life, so what follows is my Easter Sunday. I have tried to allude to the fact that even though I didn’t write much yesterday, I though about stories and storytelling a lot – that is pretty much how I exist from day to day. There are explanatory captions attached to these, and if you click on the first one you’ll get the pictures in an exciting slideshow.
Start the day with a strong coffee.
Watch Doctor Who on iPlayer – represented here by a small Matt Smith figurine riding an Easter Chick.
Read something culturally edifying – this is Gutter, a Scottish writing magazine.
Get in the way of other half playing FIFA.
Decide to go outside – for which I need lip balm…
… and shoes.
Wander through the park. Keep an eye out for talking animals and terrifying women driving sleighs as lamp posts of this sort obviously mean I am near Narnia.
Look for hilarious graffiti – this is the best I got yesterday for I was perambulating in an area of class.
Search desperately for signs of spring. Settle for these guys.
Start to formulate a Hunger Games style tale based on random tags hanging in trees.
Converse with this affronted Ent.
Wonder whether the paint is bubbling like that due to imminent alien invasion or ghosts.
DRINK ALL THE TEA.
Eat soup that I made. Over the weekend, it was Squash.
Sit down to do some writing. Faff about on the internet for about five hours.
Watch more Doctor Who. This is from Nightmare of Eden.
Retire to bed to read more – currently The Cutting Room by Louise Welsh. S’good.
Write silly stories, work in communications, draw occasional comics.
April 1, 2013 at 11:39 am
I love The Cutting Room and the shoes!
April 1, 2013 at 10:09 pm
The Cutting Room sucked me right in – as did the shoes, actually. Books are easier to break in mind you!