Archive for June, 2010

I have been wandering around aimlessly   feeling like I dont know what to do with myself. I slept well for 8-9 hours and started the day in my usual way by reading emails and catching up on on my friends news on facebook. I noticed that there was nothing in the events calendar for this weekend to do so I went surfing around trying to find something to do this weekend. NOTHING. Everyone is at Glastonbury festival, evan BBC 6music is broadcasting all week from there! So I had my bath and cooked my breakfast in my oven. I decided that I was going to go to the  TGLB  NA meeting Covent Garden and then try and get a client  to read their cards. So I decided to use one of my photoes and add  the  word   “Tarot” over the top. It took me all afternoon. More RSI’s, a grumpy face, and the outcome was  rubish.  I realised I had wasted hours on doing something that I could have done in minutes with a piece of card and some chalks. Usually I make my sign on my pitch and it helps draw interest to what I am about to do which is read cards. I felt rather stupid as now I had to rush to get ready and I was running late.                                                                                                                                     I eneded up going to my local AA group instead. While I was there my mood started to wane and I lost all interest in trying to find a pitch. I wanted to go for coffeee after the meeting but nobody else was up for it. I phoned Pete, he was up for a coffee. We decided to go to ‘The Foundry’ instead but I soon lost interest in that idea too as it is now closed and is only a squat now.                                              Sat  in  his kitchen it suddenly hit me. I am not taking my EASTROGEN anymore as I have a major operation coming up. I have to stop 6 weeks before the op as the horemones can cause blood clots. This is why I feel so aimless, pathetic,listless and empty. Suddenly I was smilling as everything now is fitting into place. Two days ago I was so wanting something to happen I was surfing for Easyjet and enquiring for price of hire cars. I thought I could get a short holliday in before my op on 21st July. I thought I was going mad!!                  Reality check; I have just finished Uni, Harley my beautifull dog has just died, I have major surgery coming up(clonovaginaplasty) and its my summer holidays.

I must chill out,relax and stay calm. My dinner is in the oven, I have some TV to catch up on with demand and all is actually fine; Stop panicking Angella~Dee and take a deep deep deep breath! x x x x x Namyohorengekyoxxxxxxxxxx


                             Well after the nervous energy of the run up to the Photo exhibition at the University  and the actual exhibition itself it was good to go and do something completely different.                                                                                                                           I had   promised to read Tarot cards to the 2 ladies who serve us lunch at our over 50’s lunch/excersise club (im 49). I was still feeling overwhelmed by the last few days that had just gone before, but as I had made arrangements I thought I had better  go. 

It was a loverly warm day for once so I dressed in shorts and sandles and got there just in time for the excersises.  At first it always  feels strange going through the excersises with people aged 80~98 but after a few rounds I really do start to feel the benifit and I realise how much my last two major operations took from me!

After a loverly lunch of fish and mushy peas, Lisa invites me into a back room and asks me to make it my own. Out the ront the others are starting to gossip and want to know whats going on.

I read Lisas’ then Loissas’  and I was amazed at the completely different kind of lives these two similar ladies  have.  I cant tell you too much as Tarot readings are personal, private and confidential, but I can tell you after spending 1/2 an hour with each one I felt I had helped both of them see and help them to realise some of their dreams. It helped me too as I, like everyone else, tend to stereotype people without even trying too.                                                                                                                      


    Two completely different spreads!

I went home feeling I had really helped Lisa and Loissa in their life choices and this, in return, helped me to feel thatI have a greater purpose in life, that is to  help others lead a more healthy, spiritual and  empowered life.


The exibiton was so good. There must have been over a 1000 people there. My 3 poster photoes literally were glowing in the lights. Many many friends came by and flicked through my portfolios and looked wide eyed at the posters. Now that loads of peeps have my buisness card I ought to add a load more photoes and themes onto this Blog for you all to watch. It will have to be on the moro as Im exhausted from  the nervous energy I exuded all day. OK? laters x x x xx

Wed 23rd June 2010

I got my results for my diploma in “Profesional Practice, Photograpphy”.  ‘MERIT’ Yee haa
Here is a fun load of fotos from the Greatest Expo I have ever seen!

Portfolio Pictures


OK here are my 3 posters that hopefully will be exhibited this week.

Queens Parade?


OK Heres a link to my Portfolio as published in Facebook.


Good MORNING Islington! (sorry for shouting)

Enter at your own risk.