Pearshaped

Pearshaped

Thursday, 25 February 2016

Here it comes!!

We have spent half a day at our middle son's house today waiting for workmen. We have to go back tomorrow as one of them didn't turn up but promises to be there at 8 o'clock tomorrow! Hey Ho!
As we knew by lunchtime that he wasn't coming, and the other guys had done their bit and left, we hied ourselves of for a bite to eat and a quick shop!
While we were waiting, with no electric on,(it's OK we had the gas fire on and stayed mainly in one room and had taken a flask with us!)I amused myself by playing in my journals.
The page had been started with that in mind,(using my favourite sun stamp and a Banksy image that I bought last Sunday), so I used colouring pencils and my Inktense pencils with a water brush to finish this page.
This is my latest entry for Art Journal Journey.
Hazel's theme this time is 'If music be the food of love', such a great theme for someone who is always singing something under her breath(and sometimes…like in the car..at full volume!)

This song is one I'm sure you will remember from the Beatles..ok..I was teenager in the 60's…the best time …in my opinion to be a teenager!
Here comes the Sun was released in 1969 by which time I was married to my first husband.
Ten years later our eldest son was born and this was one of the songs I would sing to him while I changed his nappy(diaper if you are in the USA)and he would stop wriggling … probably scared to move because of my awful singing!!

Uh! Oh! I'm rambling again…

Thanks for looking, Chrisx
  

16 comments:

Helen said...

lol Chris, great story to go with your journal page! I really like the Banksy image, don't have any of those in my collection, they have some great ones that I've seen. hope the workman turns up tomorrow for you...

~*~Patty S said...

I heard the song immediately when looking at your beautiful journal page ♥ Love your sun stamp and the Banksy girl is perfect too.
Our boys were raised on Beatles songs too...precious times oxo

Meggymay said...

I have that song in my head now Chris. A fabulous journal pages love the strong blues and the lovely images. . Beatles songs were heard in our home as well in my boys early years.
Yvonne xx

chrissie said...

Fantastic page with the great Banksy image

Love Chrissie xx

lynnesbowsandbelles said...

Chris, This is such a beautiful page, gorgeous colours and the storytelling quality of it and it is all the more perfect for you sharing your memories with us.
If that's rambling then I am happy to ramble with you at any time :)
Wishes
Lynne

Redanne said...

What a great song choice Chris and your page certainly does justice to the song, it is beautiful! Hugs, Anne xx

Linda Kunsman said...

love taht song, and your illustration of it Chris!

Brenda Brown said...

I'm singing in my head now Chris and reminiscing the 60's. Great page love that banksy image.
Hugs Brenda xxx

froebelsternchen Susi said...

Lol! I am sure that my singing is much more painful to hear than yours!! Hihi!!
This page is absolutely gorgeous Chris!
I do like the song as well even I was born 1963 -- it's a evergreen --isn't it?
Thank you so much for your latest entry to Art Journal Journey! I wish a happy weekend to you Yvonne!
oxo
Susi

hazel said...

As soon as I saw your fabulous page the song started going round my head - A lovely page.
xxx Hazel.

Barb said...

Yes I remember that song and so well interpreted on your lovely journal page. I hope the workmen turned up. Barbxx

Pamellia Johnson said...

That son's gonna be stuck in my head all day now! haha!! Beautiful page Chris, love how you did the bubbles! hugs :)

Sandy said...

Wonderful journal page - after reading your post, I realize that we must be about the same age. I am probably the elder!
Sandy xx

sirkkis said...

Lovely page, Chris. Have a happy weekend ♥

Juliz Design Post said...

Great journal page and I can see why you were drawn to buying this Banksy stamp.
Enjoy your weekend, Julie x

Crafty She said...

Hi Chris, what a gorgeous page. I have this little stamp and love her. xx