Friday, 14th November
David Let’s-Be-Clear-About-This Cameron was reading a speech on Breakfast this morning. At the bottom of the screen it said ‘The Right Honourable David Cameron’. The same clip was shown a while later, but this time the Right Honourable bit was left out.
Right: Just. In accordance with truth and duty. True. Correct.
Honourable: To have a sense of what is right or due. To have integrity.
Changing the subject completely, my two talented blog hop nominees have now hopped!
I like to make art from stuff nobody else wants. Stuff from the bin. Stuff with a secret history.
I absolutely never cut up books which could otherwise be read, or clothes which could otherwise be worn. Nor, do I erase the blemishes left by life. I cherish life’s blemishes.
A few years back, I bought six vintage linen napkins in a charity shop, for the meagre sum of two pounds. So far, I have turned three of my napkins into sewn diaries, using fast food leaflets, old magazines and books.
Each of my napkins represents a month, with a different entry for each day. For example, the day Lynda Bellingham died, I added the Oxo box from my kitchen cupboard.