Post cards from London.

I’ve had a day trip to London to attend the House of Lords to help Save the Children and Beanstalk launch their new campaign to get more children reading. It’s been a fantastic day meeting lots of amazing people and a tiring one.
Anyhow, here’s some silly postcards of me pootling about with pigeons and maps.

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Posted on January 21, 2014, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. Thank you for the postcards. I’m glad you had a good time.

  2. Angie, you are amazing!

  3. Wow, how exciting. I hope you had a wonderful time.

  4. Angie i just want you to know how much pleasure your doodles bring me. i can be having the crappiest of days (I am an A level teacher!) but your doodles always cheer me up. My kids are now in their early 30’s but I can still relate to your doodles – my kids did those things too. I also have artistic streak and am so jealous that you get to do an illustration every day. One of my colleagues actually met you at the Green Man festival a couple of years ago (they were in the tent next to you!) so she thinks it’s great that i have followed your doodles from day one. I am so pleased that you enjoyed your London trip – now back to the real world. Hugs Rose

    • Thank you Rose, you’re very kind. I have the utmost respect for teachers, it’s hard enough with your own children, but having responsibility for other children, I take my hat off.
      I may be back at the Green Man this year, it was great fun, lots of mud and lots of fun!
      Why not start with a drawing a week? You never know what may happen, you might even be tempted to start a blog….

  5. I always enjoy the trip postcards. Well done!

  6. Was lovely to meet you 🙂

  7. I’m absolutely gutted that I didn’t spot you there! Lovely postcards (of course).

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