Unpacking doodles (also: I’m here!)

Wow, I haven’t been doodling for like 7 weeks. I think part of the reason is stupid, horrible Covid-19 that took away a lot of my creative inspiration. My light-hearted, silly drawings seem a bit out of place, I guess. So I didn’t really know what to say, after making those first couple of corona-related doodles in March.

Another big thing

ALSO, me and my boyfriend bought a house this year (!) and moved in, in the middle of Corona Craziness. So I’ve been busy packing, cleaning and (OMG!) gardening.

We’re really happy and grateful to be in the house and have some more space around us – also since we’re both mainly working from home now.

Boxes (and boxes) of paper

Anyway, I finally got around to unpacking my drawing stuff, and I found this quick post-it doodle that I made earlier this year:

An accurate, but not in any way beautiful doodle.

This doodles is actually quite fitting to our situation now (and always). I eat snacks around the house, and the BF keeps the place clean. OK, maybe I also help out, but the vacuuming is definitely his thing. I think I don’t really notice the croissant crumbs and dustbunnies as quickly as he does…

I thought I’d share this to show that I’m here and doing well. I hope everyone following is managing to keep healthy and sane doing this weird time.

Maybe I’ll find more old stuff to share in the unpacking process – or I might even sit down and draw new things soon – who can predict anything right now, really?!

Here’s a photo of me actually doing some drawing in our old apartment that I posted on the blog’s Instagram:

Good ol’ doodle times ❤

Thank you for still following!

Unpacking doodles (also: I’m here!)

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