All along this wee lamb has been So Noisy. Now I know why. I changed their coats yesterday, Mama hates when I do this, she will BAA straight into my face when I put smelly clean clothes on them but the hand fed ones had grown out of their first coats and have to keep clean for their outings. And, Oh my goodness, what did I discover hiding under there. A girl! A Matilda lurking about with the Murphys.
“I’m a girl, miss c.”
“I see that honey, I must have checked the same lamb twice last time I looked, it was really pretty busy that day. I am sorry about that. I hope you don’t get a complex. Your mascara is running. Does your Mama know you are out wearing that much make up?”
“But I am a GIRL, miss c. I have a name.”
I am sure that is a new leaf in there. Though it is still cold.
Good morning. How exciting to discover that we have a rose between all those bright and cheerful lamb thorns. John said how are you going to explain that to your people. Ah well I said. I get a bit bleary eyed when I am doing four hourly feeds, I will cut the 2 am one out from now on, they are growing well and who knows what else I have been missing.
I have finished the lighting design for the Coupe and today we go to choose the fixtures, number the boxes and put corresponding numbers on the walls so the electrician can begin. The objective of my lighting is to to simply but dramatically accentuate the beautiful bones of the building, using reflected light to light the people. The direct pools of light (reading, writing) will be created with plug-in lamps. A good lighting design is critical. You can tell I spent a lot of time working in the theatre!! (laughter)
There are two interior windows (one in the stand alone shelf and one in the bathroom wall) that will be stained glass. Though I have not found the glass yet. So if you come across any beautiful old or new pieces let me know. Lit from behind these windows will be gentle colourful night lights. And lit by the sun in the day. Well, you can imagine. Light is a glorious gift.
Have a lovely day.