Monday, 5 March 2007
Art's Work of Artwork
Dad drew a picture of me (doing a "step-dig" from pre-primary dance classes, apparently), which I laughed so hard at (I started choking) that I had to post it. The other picture I posed for, mimicking the drawing. Can you tell which is which? It's pretty hard to tell. I mean, one's colour and one's not, but that could be just a compression or camera quality issue.
I spoke with two young guys at the C-Train on Sunday for the clip we're making. It was my first time talking to two at once (it's considerably harder!), and they weren't very talkative - plus I ran out of things to say when I knew I shouldn't have yet, so I just hemmed and hawed for a few seconds. Definitely not my best encounter, but hey, you've got to start somewhere. I gave them a bunch of tracts, and they seemed quite open - especially the one who was nodding to everything I said.
Still interested in this Book of Enoch thing. Perhaps not all the Apocrypha should be written off as false.
Anyway, since the first part of this post was about Dad, here's a quote by him:
"We are going outside to play, and we will have fun whether you like it or not!"
And now back to school. Tootles!