Staying flat

25 Jun

Well, I’m alive. 😉
For various reasons I’ll go into as soon as bloggily possible, I’m currently stuck on my back like an accident-prone tortoise. I’m not yet ready to log into my modelling websites and return to booking work though I will be in the next few days. For now, I’m supposed to be resting, which does not come naturally to me! (For evidence, please see this typing window on my laptop, the paused film in the background, costume making stuff in the corner and two open books right next to me.)
I keep falling asleep with virtually no warning, which is a very strange experience. Last night I started making a lovely nutritious huevos rancheros but didn’t have the energy to continue it, so everything got turned off at 9pm and now I have a saucepan of redundant tomatoes and onions to rinse out.

And then I woke up to find that my travelling life may well be about to come to an abrupt halt thanks to Brexit! I started todays blog on a whim so won’t go too in-depth politically but needless to say, as a self-employed woman working throughout Europe, with many European friends, I was firmly on the ‘remain’ side. I can’t do much evaluating of my career- or indeed any of this right now- but it does scare me when I hear people interviewed (and on the street) saying “I just don’t understand what we’re actually voting for…”

Right now, the sun reflecting off the water is making patterns on my ceiling and a swan family with seven cygnets came to say hello… then flounced off when no ginger biscuits were forthcoming. I’d love to get up and make my room spotless, do a bit of mindful colouring, finish a painting, start another and draft my next three blogs while peacefully meditating… all in the next hour. But I doubt that’s happened for anyone! 😛 The best compromise I can make is finishing my book and considering the merits of washing up.

Every day has been better than the last for me though, so I’ll be back properly, eloquent-ish and sleepless in no time. 😉 If you are interested in my next tours, I’ll be in Cambridge/Norfolk at the end of July and the South Coast at the end of August. Mail me ASAP and I’ll respond when I’m up and about again.

ROSWELL xxx

p.s. have some pictures of me taken in Belgium, by Kinkystyle. I fel a bit like this now, lol!

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3 Responses to “Staying flat”

  1. Frivolous Monsters June 25, 2016 at 1:52 pm #

    I know someone who runs a Liverpool film company that do lots of work in the community with disadvantaged groups – all European funding – and with my old University in Bangor its students make up the majority of the city (and no doubt their spending its economy) and I’m told the university relied massively on EU finding to keep it going. I’ve since seen a school poster somewhere explaining how EU funding paid for all the kids’ daily milk. I can’t believe how Wales in general benefitted massively from EU money in deprived areas and yet they voted Leave through (I’m guessing) ignorance.

    It’s all depressing and I’ve no idea how it’s going to affect travel but I hope it all works out.

  2. Michael Paulini June 25, 2016 at 2:45 pm #

    Washing up is overrated … especially with the sunshine outside. Relax and recovery work wor can come later.

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