There's the Inktober challenge - a drawing a day, everyday for the month of October. Last October was my third attempt and first success. I put my pens and my feet up afterward and haven't drawn a darn thing since.
A few weeks ago, Wolfgang tipped me off to #Inktober52. The powers that be wanted to keep the drive alive for a full year's worth of prompts; one prompt per week for 2020. Oooh, that sounded like fun. Then I proceeded to not draw a darn thing.
But hey, January was busy! What with settling into a new town and new house, selling the old house in the old town, January 2020 is pretty much a blur. I felt the dust had settled enough, and I'm a month fashionably late this week, where the prompt is "hammer".
In other being-lazy news, we've been watching the TV series "Fortitude" on Amazon Prime Video. Seen it?
It looked interesting to me as I like the arctic-city-where-normal-people-won't-live setting. But the show is stranger than I expected. I mean that in a good way. It's also rather gross. I mean that in a NOT good way. I just cover my eyes for the gross parts.
Since it's been cold and snowy here all week, watching Fortitude makes Colorado feel like a winter vacation spot... oh, wait. Colorado IS a winter vacation spot. The lift lines yesterday at Vail ski resort made the news.
So who are these people packing in at Vail and distributing cash all willy nilly? Is there a maximum occupancy for a ski resort mountain? Oh well, more power to 'em. I was not part of the mass, but was rather down in the lowlands. With a snow shovel in hand.
Maybe when I win the lottery.