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Landscape 2/3

Process of paint.

Landscape 2/3

Watercolour/Ink on canvas


Finished Landsape 1/1

Edinburgh Landscape

Ink on canvas

80cm x 30cm


I really don't know how to do this...

This is long, but I need someone to read it. Please.

My husband is sick. Not like, a head cold sick, but like, his heart doesn’t work right, anymore, sick. 873 more words


Polomi reblogged this on Polomi's Blog and commented:

I just came across this blog post and I really couldn't help but imagine the distress of this woman. She needs help in terms of fund, I think some prayers would help too. Can we please come up and share her post for others to read? Perhaps we all can't help, but at least we can make her post reach to the ones who can. May The Almighty bless everyone who attempts to help her raise fund for her husband's cure. Even if you pray, that would mean a lot!

Something Something Life Is Like A Flat Circle Something

A lot of people have told me that I have an unhealthy obsession with the TV series True Detective. And I don’t disagree with them. 1,350 more words

True Detective

find your coffee. 

Once more I was sitting on the fairly comfortable seat in front of my piano. Eyes fixed on the golden letters that spelt out ‘KAWAI’; fingers moving sometimes rapidly, sometimes slowly, under their own influence; feet shifting between pedals; back straight; lips pursing and then going back to their normal selves over and over again; mind wandering but at the same time remaining still. 602 more words

Musings And Personal

(Reading 3) Simpson Race Attacking

For my third reading for my ICS course, I had to read an article about The Simpsons and how they are racist towards Japan. People have said that in comedy, intellectuals have reveled in a lowbrow humor (Dobson, 44). 979 more words

The Hunting of Billie Holiday

“From his first day in office in 1930, Harry Anslinger had a problem, and everybody knew it. He had just been appointed head of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics—a tiny agency, buried in the gray bowels of the Treasury Department in Washington, D.C.”

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