Friday, 30 August 2013
Ghost Writers, Robots and Pop Up Galleries
After all the excitement of watching a grumpy old bloke celebrate his birthday as the bride to be at a henless night, things were a little more normal today. Well I say normal as it happens the bride and the soon to be husband of the bride to be came to see us, I use the word us in a vague way as they arrived with a present for the Ghost Writer who has taken to hiding in our garden. This is because he does not like people much and spends a lot of time shouting BAH HUMBUG over the top of hedges in a belligerent and grumpy manor, not an ideal Ghost Writer really but as I have said before he is very cheap. Anyway Mr S (the husband to be) has welded up a Classically Styled Retro Robot as a sixtieth birthday present for him, and I have to say his little eyes almost lit up (that’s the Ghost Writer not the robot) which means he was very pleased. It is a very cool looking Retro Robot with some serious steel in him and seemed quite happy watching the Traditional Female Mallard Robot Steam Powered Duck, I guess it is because they are in their own ways both traditional yet a bit quirky much like the Ghost Writer.
I must run off now as we are off to a pop-up gallery to look at art and stuff but I will return soon. . . . . . . .
I have returned in an almost seamless way meaning that you have not noticed that it suddenly got dark and is late. I have chatted to many folk and also eaten chips and viewed the art of Mr Andrew Logan in
He tends to use lots of sparkly things and colour and is a bit of an eccentric
much like myself only rather different. I don’t think he is quite so keen on
robots and zombies, but then lots of folk are like that, its all the death rays
and eating folks brains that they find a bit off putting, but we all have our
little faults……… Montgomery
Oooooo it appears the Ghost Writer is preparing a cunning plan with Bats?