I found my Red riding hood was already fired. So I brought her back. I love her. I made her on the spur of the moment. So I haven't planned any mounting. I imagine wood would be suitable. Mike looked at her, and said 'She is oriental Red riding hood'.
|Red riding hood by Midori Takaki|
|A handmade bunny button|
|Curious eyes and a little nose|
Mike, who is also recovering from the same cold, took a day off. He baked fantastic hazelnut biscotti. We have already eaten at least one third!
At four, I had an appointment with my tutor. It was an assessment of my presentation. I went with Mike a bit early so that we could see the exhibition in the gallery where the assessment would be held. There was my lovely classmate, Harriet, in the reception. She told me that my and her assessment were cancelled. We looked at the exhibition, and Mike walked to Wholefood to get organic peanut butter. I had waited him on the street. I felt too tired to walk any more steps in the middle of the street! Then I saw a strange man. He had a bluish floral house dress with a cardigan. He had beard and mustache! There was a real Little Britain in Canterbury High street!
I have passed Art critique class this evening. I must fully recover before attending any classes. Mike's cold seems a couple days ahead of me. He encouragingly told me that I would feel better in a few days. I hope so. I have lost strength from continuous cold/flu. I am eating and sleeping well. I guess I should have rested now and then for the last four weeks. I now know it, but it's a bit too late for this little Japanese green riding hood (midori phonetically means green in Japanese). Take care and look after yourselves, everyone.