2 exciting new resolutions coming to pass…

Man I wish I could have checked this out. If only so I could legitimately pray with jazz hands.

Sooo….remember how I was all inspired and gooey and mushy over the fabulous Cate’s humanitarian efforts from An Ordinary Life?

Remember how I spouted long-held whispers to foster kids, only to worry about the commitment of it all?

Well, one of my dearly beloved CM readers Gemma, suggested that I look into doing casual care – i.e. fostering kids on the odd weekend, etc. to give relief to other carers. (Thanks Gem!)

So, with the resolve of a lazy worker ant – i.e. motivated but working against his default setting of ‘reasons not to do anything’ – I made the call. And so it is that tomorrow night, we’re going to an info session. Obviously this is early days, it’s not like we’ve actually DONE anything yet, but I’m really excited that we’re at least getting out of the thinking “oh, that’s something we’ve always wanted to do…” stage and moving into the “okay, so how do we get started?” one. Stay tuned!

And secondly – and much more selfishly – I’m stoked to announce the very prematurely thought out arrival of the online Comic Mummy store!

 

YAY!

Again, very early days. I will be updating the shop quite a lot over the next few months and experimenting, no doubt making truckloads of mistakes and trying to love every minute. It’s my baby, after all, however weird/ugly/otherwise imperfect it may be. I STILL LOVE YA, LITTLE FELLA!

At the moment I’m focusing on the cartoons, but am thinking of other funny, silly stuff incorporating my artwork and so forth. If you have any lightning bolts of inspiration, by all means shoot em through!

Okay, gees, I’ll leave it there before I collapse under all this news.

Who do I think I am? CNN?

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4 Comments

  1. October 17, 2010
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    woo hoo exciting :)))

  2. October 17, 2010
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    I can’t quite believe that with everything you’ve got going on, you’re going to look at fostering kids as well.

    Holy moly.

    I don’t even have any children, and am not in a position where I could possibly cope with any children. I can’t even keep a plant alive.

    You must have more energy than a dam-ful of Red Bull.

    • October 18, 2010
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      Well, you know, the chaos of our family life is a bit like getting wet. There comes a point when you just can’t get any wetter. You’re already wet. Wet, wet, wet. Love is all around. And all that.

      And btw, I can’t keep plants alive either. Even artificial ones.

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