About half way through with my sketch now. Didn't get chance to work on it today, though was itching to pick it up and have a scribble.
I am actually itching to do something creative for a longer period of time than ten minutes without being interrupted. But this is the way it is in the holidays when you have three young children (or any number of children - I'm sure it's the same with one as it is with three). It wouldn't be fair of me to expect to have lots of time to myself, so I resign myself to the fact that I won't get much done for six weeks. No problem really. I do get twitchy hands though - I'm dying to sit with a coffee and do a bit of writing for a couple of hours. Too tired in the evenings though.
Instead, the holidays are a time to do other things that we might not really get chance to do at any other time. Cloud watching is a good thing that we've discovered this week. The clouds were amazing yesterday (we didn't see them today as we were ridiculously lazy and stayed in all day!), and the boys were fantastic at spotting different shapes and animals and fantastical things in them. James was particularly imaginative, and he saw things that I would never have thought of, such as bird skeletons and wolf eyes! I took a couple of pictures of the clouds.
Maybe if the weather is nice tomorrow we'll get to lie in the garden and look at clouds properly. Oh, it's a very hard life, he he! :D