Tuesday With Moi

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

You guys, today has been one of those days where I haven’t had more than half an hour to do any one thing sooooo it’s gonna be short and sweet, mkay? Great!

8I’ve been knitting. Moss stitch in mossy wool.

9Plant babies. Can’t live without ‘em.

10Eeeeeeek, Gradient business cards! So I guess this means I’m a real person now?

11Had breakfast with one of my favourite people.  Who, you ask?

12This guy, Ed. He looks grumpy here but I swear to goodness gracious, he’s hilarious all the time.

13.1Oh, we’re selling one of our sofas.  I hate it, but you might love it? I dunno. There’s a fold-out bed inside if you’re into that kinda thing.  Let us know? (£200 or best offer. And by best offer, I mean if you’re willing to pick it up I’ll gladly give it to you…)

14Barring my breakfast with Ed, I worked from home yesterday.  It was fun.  This is what my books look like when the sun is shining in England.

15And here’s what more of my books look like when the sun is shining in England.  And some DVDs, too.

16Whilst working from home, I wrote a blog post to explain why we chose the name Gradient and to give you a little more insight into what we do.  #ExcitingTimez

17Whilst my fingers were getting a workout on my keyboard, I thought about doing some Ballet Beautiful (which I also wrote about for Gradient!) but I postponed it because I was still working.

18Now that I’m looking at this photo, I’m like How the hell was it this light out at 6:00 PM? So I’m kinda thinking that maybe I had the time wrong but I’m pretty sure I didn’t so, like, almost summer here or what’s the deal? (Oops?)

19And then (suddenly?!) it was really dark and I was on my yoga mat doing swan arms until my arms felt like they were going to fall off. I had the lights off because my curtains wouldn’t close and I’m obviously too much of a lady to stand in front of an open window doing crazy exercises for everyone  to see.  #TrueStory

20Nothing like exercise to make me hungry… Cauliflower rice, you are my favourite!

21I cooked some beets, too. Bloody beet fingers.

22David and I listened to a BBC program about Richard Hamilton, which was especially interesting as we had just seen some of his work at the Pop Art exhibition at the Barbican over the weekend.

23And then David watched Dexter and I did my internet thing.

24And then, because I was feeling so so so inspired, I dipped my new business cards in some red wine and made a gradient.  WATCH OUT WORLD!

I’m super stoked ’cause I have some great Tuesday With Vous contributors scheduled to post in the next couple weeks. But still, I’m greedy and I want even more contributors, so please read the details and let me know if you’re interested in sharing your Tuesday. I think I speak for all of us (you + me + everyone we know) when I say that we’d love to have you!

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