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Wednesday, 8 July 2009
Thursday, 2 July 2009
First entry in ages- my mind saturated with practical thoughts, essential, daily issues, life stuffs,not leaving much time or brain cells for the free roaming, developing and multiplying of creative and fun ones.
It's looking up now! I am rehabilitating my ability to be open eyed and open minded... it took a few moments, not many, ...and ping! Aha, that's so clever! Ooh, how sweet! Aw, that makes me feel warm inside. Wow, cool. Hmm, if you took that and changed it like this... Off we go.
Here's one under the latter category - it's a nifty concept : baskets are bulky and uninspiring. IMHO essential improvements would actually make it *incredibly* nifty. The downside to this little accessory unfortunately ain't waterproof, and what if it had a strap so you could carry it as a handbag? And a little pocket facing the rider for keys/phone/tidbits would be handy. Time for me to have a go at some bike accessory making maybe.
That's better, Anja. Motivation, ideas, go go go cause it's fun!
New blog colours are a must for a new thinking phase. Still work in progess, for sure, as usual.