Today is a six-hour travel day for me. I will be visiting 4/5 of my grandchildren for a week. That’s not counting dogs, the count for them being 1/2.
In lieu of writing something interesting and worthwhile I am giving you this serious little person with wonky eyebrows and one large ear to look at. It’s difficult to take a photo of a sketch, (especially at midnight under artificial light when you should be packing) and not have the reflections on the eyeballs do funny things. Daylight works better.
And speaking of daylight, our clocks were turned back an hour on Saturday. Spring ahead, fall back. End up with exactly the same amount of light you’d have if you left the clocks the hell alone. So I’m not sure who we’re fooling with this. A better idea would be to extend October, a month that everyone likes, by a week; and then transfer the last week of November into December, because that month is never long enough. Isn’t that a great idea? Except maybe not so much for all the November novel writers who would have to type a lot faster.
My great expectations for my week away include answering some of the excellent Nano Poblano prompts and learning how to draw a realistic ear.
Enjoy your Sunday (1/5 of the total number of Sundays for this November). If you need anything else put into fractions, just ask.