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Keeping it fluffy


Baking with toddler. I must always remind myself that although the 2 hours it takes to make a 20 minute recipe and the hour it takes to clean up all the dough flicked everywhere when she shook her messy hands, it is a magical experience for her.

This weekend has been fun with small adventures. Yesterday we went to the Fruitmarket Gallery to join in on a book reading and craft session with Alice Melvin. Her book, Grannie’s House, it completely wonderful with fold out pages and rooms to explore. She kindly signed our High Street book:


That evening, a friend popped over to watch Lottie so that I could go to the theatre. The cultural side of me needs nourishing, too. First time ever in the King’s Theatre. Not sure what it is about Steinbeck, but I enjoy his writing and theatrical adaptions of his words. I also was able to enjoy John Byrne’s creation first hand:


Keeping it interesting, fun and fluffy here chez Harrison. In light of a recent family tragedy, it was very much needed. More on that later.

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I am an artist living and working in a rather gorgeous city. My art can be purchased in various shops throughout the city as well as from my online shop. Most of my work is for commission, private and corporate. I am the founder of Crash Course in Art History Limited.

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