I would like all of you to keep a lookout for postcards, letters, or any pictures (even framed) that date to 1919, or seven years in either direction. I will reimburse you immediately, please try and keep it under $30. Especially pieces that have some connection to the French Legionnaires, or the French mandate of Libya/Aleppo. Quality is not an issue. In fact, worse the better.
Hey there squidsters and squidettes.
I have a proposition for you. For years, I've enjoyed going to the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair. I'm sure others of you have, too. It's a great place to find subject for life-drawing. To sketch people drinking hot chocolate, llamas, and friends - I love it. But since we have this art group, I wanted to suggest something for those who draw and even those who don't - a sketchpedition. I was thinking Monday, but it can take place any day between now and next Sunday. Preferably not this Sunday. Thoughts?
i like to hope things aren't illegal.
for example, i'm bored and i feel like doing something semi-non-counter-productive. but not filling in blanks on spanish handouts or designing an ensemble on the theme of "sweets for the sweet". therefore, i thought perhaps i would post some writing here. if that's not okay yet, just tell me and it shall be gone.
this is a play i am working on right now. actually, it's just the first scene. there is much more, because as you can plainly see, this is less than two pages, and following it is a second scene that i have written about eight pages on so far, and don't intend to end anytime soon. actually, this is the first time in a very long time that i've written anything with more than one scene, and i feel really bad about it, but i felt that this needed a sort of introductory bit to it rather than simply jumping into...you know, the next bit.( i should probably stop explaining myself and just post it, eh?Collapse )
so. yeah. what do you think? [and yes, i have semi-decent excuses in line for calling her lady and not using square brackets as i generally do.] Current Mood: pleasedon'thateme