A disinclination to go out…

Disinclinationtogoout

Amidst all the haircuts I’m dropping this one in. It’s one of the British Character drawings from my exhibition earlier in the year and is close to the original Pont idea.

Pont: Graham Laidler, and the British Character

I’m a bit ‘low key’ myself about going out and am told I should ‘get involved more’ from time to time. I’ve avoided any fuss about my birthdays for some years and thought I’d managed to keep my head below the parapet for the latest one which was recent. But my kids and son/daughter in law sent me a brilliant gift of a hamper of food goodies from Cornwall, and my wife got me a book that I wanted about Samuel Pepys.

Now I’ll have to go out to walk off the weight so that I can justify sitting for hours reading.

For goodness sake don’t send me birthday greetings, just cash.

 

 

 

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