15.1.07

Message in a bottle

21 comments:

Tea & Margaritas in My Garden said...

Enjoyed catching up on your blog :)
What a beautiful Christmas tree you had and love that cat-in-the-box LOL

tea
xo

julie said...

Good luck with your deadline - love this post, made me giggle!

LisaOceandreamer said...

so glad you left a note, I was really beginning to wonder when I called out and there was no answer...I was sure someone had to be home. :)
Good luck with the deadline!
XOXO

tlc illustration said...

I hear ya. I have about a 36 hour reprieve before the next grind... I wonder about this stuff, you know?

lettuce said...

Great Little H on the P book! I loved it so much as a child too - and as an adult. Never liked the TV show at all. I remember vividly a description of a relative's dress with little buttons down the back like a row of blackberries.

I hope the work in the studio is going well. Please don't give away your paintbrush.

Beck said...

Great photo, and good luck with the work!

carolyn said...

Brilliant post, best of luck with the deadline.

joanna said...

Very best of luck meeting your deadline, Gretel; when you ARE able to come out to play, I will come and call for you!!!

SueC said...

You go girl!!

xxx

Barb said...

I'll be on the lookout for a green bottle with enclosed message the next time I walk the beach...who knows, stranger things have happened.
This post is a brilliant idea, by the way!

cotswoldgent said...

I'm killing myself laughing! What a neat message and what a great photo!

Gail said...

Goodluck with the deadline - hang in there Gretel XX

natural attrill said...

Hi G, I REALLY like this image!

Hope you meet your deadline ok.

I'd like to buy some mice cards, can I get them separate or are they mixed packs?

Will you be going to NEC, shall we meet again this Feb? pm me when you are less busy, no rush.

P.xx

Debs said...

Love the photo! Glad to hear you’re nice and busy G, it’s just a pity work didn't come in at a steady pace instead of the 'feast or famine' phases which are frequently accompanied with extraordinary tight deadlines, we illustrators seem to have to put up with. Anyway, Good luck with your deadlines. Debs x

Connie said...

Oh I bet you are creating something wonderful...Good luck on your deadline.

Hugs,
Connie

Feeling Simply Quilty said...

You've got to be great, you like Iron and Wine...ever heard of Mr E? the Eels-Blinking Lights Album...kindered spirits...

lettuce said...

I hope the work is all going well.


And that you can come out to play now/soon..... cos I've tagged you. See my blog for details.

Soozcat said...

Yar, matey, what be this? S.O.S. in a bottle?

I be knowin' what this pore stranded salt be needin', and it be wendin' its way to ye even now, ar.

Donna said...

Hope it's a good project if not I'll come and rescue you, just say the word :-)

Rosa said...

What a great post!! hehe. Hope it all worked out!

Aaron Paquette said...

Have you been ransacking my studio again?

I know that note all too well!