30 days of creativity – Day 22 – At the Airport, full of drugs, and a haiku

30 day creativity challenge Day  22, waiting for a flight

To get on a plane I need the correct ratio of valium to alcohol. It’s fine if I’m with a friend because I can just zone out and pretend it’s not happening. If I’m with my son I go into mother overdrive and I’m more worried about him bouncing into a pile of expensive duty free I then have to pay for, than the flight.

If I am on my own it’s not easy.

So, I’m sat in Bristol Airport with a most delicious Guinness on top of the valium I’d had that morning, and the other one I had the night before. I was somewhat off my face, didn’t really need the plane to fly.

As you can probably tell.

plane

plant

Apologies for the fuzzy images, can’t find my camera, but the hazyness is¬†reminiscent of shit loads of alcohol and valium.

If you can’t read my mind and tell what they are supposed to be, the first one is a plane, the second one is a plant.

 

In the airport bar

Sedatives clash with Guinness

I don’t like to fly.

 

 

You can see the reason this started and the rest of the days here – http://www.ragbaby.co.uk/1120-2/

And if you want to join in we have a Facebook group – https://www.facebook.com/groups/154085144775381/
Over on Crackbook a bunch of us are going to be working through Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain: A Course in Enhancing Creativity and Artistic Confidence

The first exercises are to draw a self portrait, your hand and something else I can’t remember so you can see improvement. Then you move onto drawing a vase from a silhouette. You can see the vase exercise here – http://drawright.com/vaceface.htm.

The plan is to do an exercise every Sunday from the book.