Here are the results of waking up at 1.30am yesterday morning and not being able to get back to sleep as I had to be up at 4am for my train to London. It's my lino and eraser carving for my day 3 zebra journal page . The result of this lack of sleep followed by a long train journey, a busy morning training teachers, a busy afternoon looking at gorgeous illustrations (including some Oliver Jeffers' ones which was a fabulous surprise)
... and mooching around Piccadilly in London was that I fell asleep on the train home (despite your good wishes and hopes Helen!) To the extent that the train got in at 10.50pm, and I was woken by some very kind lads at 11.10pm who tapped me on my shoulder and just said 'Manchester Piccadilly'! How sweet were they! I heard them haring down the train, very noisily, then one of them say "shall we wake her up?" I'm so glad they did!!!
My workdesk also features the contents of my pocket after a trip to a restoration yard which I emptied onto my table before travelling to London!!!
And finally, this is my printed out research for this month's Sketchbook Challenge. Jill Berry set this month's theme of 'HiGHLY PRiZeD' and referred to the work of Sister Corita Kent who I had never heard of so immediately looked up! These images will go into my sketchbook as part of the challenge, I've just not cut them up yet!
I do like WOYWW. It's a bit diary like, but in a format that works for me ;) If you'd like to see what other people are up to, head on over to The Stamping Ground where you will find many other people who happily share their workspaces each Wednesday :) Mine's a late entry as I slept looooooooooooooooong today I am very happy to say :)