I haven’t read a novel in weeks (actually I’ve been reading the same book about laicity, and how to apply it in the French society, schools and workplaces without offending religious people – very interesting).
I haven’t drawn anything in a few days and I need practising again or my ability will remain unimproved.
Work is going fine. But I can’t figure myself starting work early in the morning yet, so I need my medically required part-time to be carried forward for at least six more months.
Regarding my mental health, it’s fine. I haven’t really been depressed or anxious in quite a long time, except when thinking about people who seem to have let me down, but c’est la vie.
I kept in touch with a teacher who has always meant a lot to me but these last weeks – or months? – she has been ignoring me on social media, never answering my PM, or saying she was busy but still posting tons of stuff on her page and answering to her OTHER friends.
Yesterday night I felt the need to draw something out of this frustratring and saddening situation and I don’t know if she saw it and read it but she hasn’t answered yet.
There’s been quite a lot of anxiety in my life these days. I can’t tell exactly why. Strangely (and fortunately), it is not about work; on the contrary, I’m glad to have something to do in the afternoon other than spending my time in front of a computer.
On a positive side, I have continued to doodle for my personal satisfaction and welfare.
All I can say is I will say nothing about the US elections until we know the score of our right wing party here in France. I just hope the French won’t be tempted to vote for the French female version of Trump.
It’s the weekend (well not for much longer now) and away with the corporate dress code.
Hello punk-goth attires!
I did it! I went through the whole inktober process!
I have been having fun with ink pens and gel pens. This is the penultimate inktober sketch before the ultimate one on Halloween day tomorrow! I don’t know if you have noticed but here in France Halloween starts a bit later than in the US.
My costume is ready!