I expanded my ‘epic word list’ (including words like ‘heroic’, ‘galaxy’, ‘mankind’, ‘apocalyptic’, ‘legend’, ‘awesome’ and ‘hysteria’), I drank yet another cup of coffee and daydreamed about the hypothetical owner of the mysterious greenish car outside my window (that I hadn’t really even noticed before, until it coincidently matched the paint chip I collected for my explorer challenge). And while I was silently and blank-faced doodling on my bananas while ignoring my laptop screen that showed a first attempt to the set-up of a user test I came to realize; this just wasn’t going to be a productive day…
November 17, 2011 at 11:04
aww, I’m in love with mister banana! though how one can think of drawing on bananas remains a mystery to me, I’m glad you did :)
joyce matula welch
November 17, 2011 at 15:06
I like the bananas and somedays are just like that….
A Splash of Ida
November 17, 2011 at 17:48
The bananas look so adorable! :-)
Lina @ Chopping Vegetables
November 17, 2011 at 18:27
I think decorating bananas counts as a productive day!
November 18, 2011 at 09:54
haha. you are brilliant. super excited I stumbled across your blog. totally following. If you get second, I’d love if you’d check out mine. It’s all about the adventures of a east coast girl turned LA stylist. thanks, love. xo
Magical Day Dream
November 21, 2011 at 22:25
@ Paula: I will tell him that. Oh wait. I won’t. I might have eaten him (In the train while facing a boy who kept glimpsing at my banana without saying a word)
@Joyce: Ahh thank you :)
@ A splash of Ida: thank you :)
@ Lina: haha well at least somebody did then :) I guess it’s not a total bad thing. Too often we block our creativity by this need to be productive and efficient all the time.
@ Fash Boulevard: Thank you! I’ll be sure to check it out!