Tommy Shortlegs still has a limp. To vet tomorrow. Still no enquiries for him! We have asked Corgi Rescue if they might know of a suitable home, since he is more or less corgiform. Apparently they have 140 people waiting for corgis, and no corgis!
Terry Pratchett's 'Nation' is sadder than I expected. Not sure why I didn't expect this, given that the 'entire people being wiped out' aspect is trailered on the back of the book.
Channing Tatum has ridiculously small eyes and a quite absurd amount of forehead.
Despite this I am having fun illustrating the Eagle Big Bang story I volunteered for, as it is well written and has huge amounts of landscape in it. Plus, the next picture doesn't feature CT and his tiny eyes at all, but Cottia! With a knife! Need to find someone to draw as Cottia.
Mollydog is *almost* 100% again, and has become loud and importunate. I shall start her on her painkillers again tomorrow as I think the arthritis is getting to her.
Rosemary Sutcliff's Simon is very much a local book (for local people?) Very definitely grounded in Torrington, right down to the individual fields and the river. Less sad than I had expected, given the whole Civil War setting, though the internal angst of best friends on opposite sides is quite well handled, the ending is perhaps a bit too happy to feel real.