Saturday, August 22, 2009

something for the weekend

There's not much drawing going on around here this weekend. I want to start my new biggy drawing but I just can't find the energy(=euphemism for hungover). It was one of those Friday nights. A little too much vino. And, suddenly these two little drawings, that I made during the week, seem very appropriate.
You know, sometimes I think my humour is too dark. I deleted the original text to this post because I was getting lots of messages from people concerned about my mental health! Thank you, and don't worry. Really, I was joking!!

16 comments:

vickylw said...

How sad! And how wonderful that not feeling well has not impaired your skills in any way.

Hoping for new-found energy and health to find you!

Kathleen said...

I agree with Vicky, hope you do get recharged, energy-enhanced, and healthily healthful! :))

Anonova said...

Somedays I wish I could just lay on the settee in my housecoat... and of course sometimes I wish I was a spinster too!

Barbara Weeks said...

I must be twisted. I thought good for you. I hope you had a great time Friday night. Monday comes soon enough!

joseph's art and stuff said...

two great pages! do the empties and all the ibuprofen have some connection?

Anonymous said...

too funny! I read the original entry earlier today and totally got that you were hungover...I've always been a bit dark myself tho...I'm enjoying your drawings and blog, here's to a good continued weekend!

Jim said...

A little time, a little pain, and the hangover's gone. Glad you're better.

aimee said...

hi, andrea - i've been lurking here for a little while, but thought i'd jump in here to say that i think your sense of humor is fantastic! i love visiting your blog because i get to see great sketches AND have a good laugh - two things that make my day. hope your hangover was restorative!

beckasharpe said...

Great drawings, particularly like your use of colour (and sense of humour!)
Becka :o)

richardsmyth said...

Hi Andrea. Not got time to browse properly, but wanted to say, first, thanks for your comment on my blog, and, second, these drawings are great, and I'll be back for a proper look when I get chance...

EE said...

I absolutely love this. I embrace all those feelings and I then go back and laugh at myself. When would I worry about myself or you? When I stopped and became very silent. Then that's the time to worry. Love the sketches and love the little graph paper book.

G. said...
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G. said...

-HIS- dt abuse- there's manifestly some effects..

caseytoussaint said...

I like your humor (well, I didn't see the original comment but I can sort of guess) - and your drawing too!

africantapestry said...

It has been far too long since I've visited...I hope I can be more regular in this half of the year! And your drawings are STILL the same as I saw it the last time - awesome!
Ronell

Pippa said...

I'm enjoying the drawings on squared paper we're seeing lately. And I like seeing inside your cupboards.