Giddy up.

With Mark away at the Yandles Spring Show, it’s a quiet day at Carving HQ. I’ve spent it alternating – something for Carving, then something for WPP… something for Carving, something for WPP… it’s worked out pretty well in fact, and I can leave my desk at 5:30 happy with what’s been done.

We’ve had the office sweepstake come round for tomorrow’s Grand National – I managed to pick out a 50-1 long shot, ‘What a Friend’, that’s a quid I won’t be seeing again! Best of luck to you if you’re planning on having a flutter, it’s well worth it if only to see the normally pretty dismal setting of the bookies adorned with bunting and crammed to the walls with people who don’t know how to fill out a betting slip, hoping to put 10p each-way on the horse with the silliest name.

But what place does this talk have on the Woodcarving blog? Fear not, I’ve come equipped with a tenuous link… why not have a look at Peter Benson’s two-part horse’s head project here?

Have a great weekend,