Firstly, if you happen to be an artist or a student doing a spot of location drawing (which I hope your not because lets face it the weather is pretty kek!) always ensure you have an empty coffee cup (proverbially Starbucks) in front of you for these very important reasons:
1. This means you will have just enjoyed a warm beverage (proverbially Starbucks) and if you’re outside drawing you'll need many of these!
2. You now have a hand pot in which you can put water, pencil shavings, brushes or what ever. And
3. If like me, you can't do anything slightly creative without making a giant mess, you might just be mistaken for a homeless person and make some money (I am speaking from personal experience here) which lets face it we're not normally in a situation to be fussy.
Secondly, if you enjoy the odd spot of puddle hopping like myself, BEWARE of the deceptively large puddle! These are not your normal every day sort of puddle, oh no, these little buggers go out of their way to look innocent and shallow but if you make the mistake to jump into them they won't hesitate to fill your wellingtons in a matter of seconds leaving you with no alternative but to squish-squash your way home hoping you won't get frostbite and loose a toe.
Lastly be more careful before allowing the bizarre species commonly known as children anywhere near electronic gadgets.
With the ownership of computers/computerized gadgets being so common it’s getting to the point of ridiculousness and not only because most teenagers now have a better phone than myself! It has become so commonplace for kids to have access to scarily expensive gadgets like iPads and even Mac Books and I can't help but wonder if this is a great idea?
By giving them so much access to these devices It is so easy for them to break or mess up your pretty gadgets!
Their little they haven't become as cynical and jaded as some of us and will easily trust viruses to do what they say on the tin as well as typically being a curious and clumsy race well known for cracking screens and on the odd occasion dunking your phone in milk to see it makes it tastier (it doesn't).