What Jane Did for Bootcamp – Day 2

  • mess7am to 8am –   Coffee and blog post to finish and share
  • 8am to 9am –  Dressing and breakfast, lunches, schoolbags, finding things, hair.
  • 9am to 10am – Kitchen clear up, got dressed, social media, chatted with eldest.
  • 10am to 1pm – Editing my book, no interruptions today as the youngest at playschool, then a play date, hurrah!
  • 1pm to 6pm – No time for siestas, it’s family and housework, water plants and make a Pasta Puttanesca.
  • 6pm to 8pm – Decided to paint in the garden, kept it simple, block watercolours, cheapo ones. I wanted just to play with colour but ended with a waterfall of exotic flowers, hiding… ok dying flowers, great fun.
  • 8pm to 9pm – Bedtime for the girls. Snacks, drinks, rows, chats, cuddles, teeth, protracted negotiations, searching for this and that.
  • 9pm to 10pm – Watched the sun go down, wrote in my journal, had a gin and tonic, pottered around.
  • 10pm to Midnight – Troops not home yet. As I’m writing this the house is quiet, except for the dark. Going down now to make tea. Will carry a notebook, a book, and two pens with me. Will feel restless and dream of morning yet resist going to bed. Will write again, a list or ten, chat with that pair when they get in, check my phone now and then. Wait for tomorrow, begin again… 
day 2 paint
Experimental garden, not unlike our actual garden…


mess 2
What a mess… 

That was my Day 2 of the FREE #CreativityBootcamp I’m hosting, two weeks of daily creating from June 1st to 15th. Until we meet again, xo Jane…

4 thoughts on “What Jane Did for Bootcamp – Day 2”

  • Your day reminds me of that piece by Beethoven, “Flight of the Bumble Bee”. It is amazing magic what you do, Jane, with that Druid, Time.
    Thank you for all the ways you bless each of us with your talent, your compassion. I’m thankful for the opportunity to be witness to this group, join in the recipe for growth, and finding a resurrection of my former spunk.

    • Aw thank you Donna! I just go with the flow, pardon the pun! I like to move fast and let my subconscious take charge. Still very much a beginner 🙂

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