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Wednesday, 8 July 2015
We hired a quad bike, and had a few days exploring the island.
One thing I did struggle with was the heat- and walking any distance. Spent most of my time gasping for air like a fish out of water.
A great many cocktails were harmed in the enjoying of this holiday!This particular bar was especially ace- cocktails were buy one, get one free.
My poor neglected desk only contains some stuff that arrived whilst we were away. Nice to come home to some goodies.
A few Tim Holtz stencils, and one from Paper Artsy (thank you for the enabling, Helen, lol).
I thought I might try my hand at some art journalling in the near future, so these seemed like a good start. I've also been acquiring some Tim Holtz Distress Stains, and I already have a drawer full of assorted Acrylic paints.
Visible Image released some new stamps the day we were going away, so I ordered these before we left. Beloved Hubby is a big Zombie fan!
Got these number stamps really cheap on E-bay.
The colouring book was from the Works, and I got some Black Gesso, and some multi-medium online.
So thats the desk- I'm still waiting now for an appointment to see the specialist at the QE. He will definitely be the one doing the surgery, apparently, because it's attached to my tailbone, its major, major surgery. Trust me eh? Never do anything by halves! It also means Sid will end up being permanent- not my perfect solution, but better than the alternative. I've updated my cancer page, with a full explanation of why, if anyone wants to full info. So, you can leave now and check out more desks around the world, courtesy of our lovely leader, Julia, at The Stamping Ground. I will leave you with a few more holiday pics, if you have the time to spare. :).
It's a pint mug of Coke, honestly!
Warning: Man eating Octopus.
Man enjoying the sunshine.
This was the view coming down a mountain road- a bit hairy on a quad bike, with no guard rails around the hairpin bends.
Just look at the size of the flower spike on that Aloe!
A hungry Hubby waiting for his dinner.
This was the view from the restaurant we were sat in.