Monday, June 23, 2008

Summer Solstice News

Dandy patiently sits in the restaurant, having avoided the £1000 fine for 'dogs on the beach'
I hope you all enjoyed yourselves for the Solstice. Julie and I celebrated knowing each other for ten years. Dandy came, too! We simply had a meal (no dressing up) down on Penarth sea front.

NoFit State silver tentThe main NoFit State circus crew (currently in Montpelier in the south of France, with the UFO tent, performing TabĂș) should have Gaz and Andy along for the ride.Barnz doing the Escher counterbalance walk for an aerialist

The Swindon set by Tancred Ingram
The British crew (community arts group, and lots of other folks, very far from a B-Team, did a huge spectacular event down in Swindon recently).

You can see all sorts of pix on Facebook, under NoFit State Family and Friends.

At the Maybe Logic Academy we didn't put Maybe Quarterly edition #15 online for the Solstice, but rather spent the same energy moving the Only Maybe blog, and Maybe Quarterly into the campus (it'll take a little tweaking) and working on producing a print copy of Maybe Quarterly - just for the hell of it! (It will feature pieces from the previous 14 editions, so you can go see what we intend to work with here.

Meanwhile, Julie has put the first of her photos online, Yo seems to have plans to put up a website, and run some sort of self-employed business, Keili must now be approaching the end of his study period, so will explode back into the world, and everything seems pretty good to me.

I wouldn't mind a little quiet time, however!
Five go mad in Belgium
Perhaps at the cottage Julie has conjured up (with a lot of hard work!) in July, before joining another mad MLA get-together in Paris. Last year we met in Belgium and A'dam and had a great time, and this year we expect more people.

Oh yes, and my online study group continues to excite, stimulate and interest me, whether or not I ever turn it into a paying job as an online worker. You never know where you may end up, when training. I did a mime course, and ended up as a film puppeteer! Surprise!

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