.. we can only live in hope. Last night, it rained like it was November…
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pao and I went to catch the end of an exhibition of Turner artwork from his lectures at the weekend and I was more struck by these questions I saw on the wall and the answers that were given.
I have been very busy spinning again and one of my Twitter compatriots was confused when I said it made my arms ache. It was only after I explained that it wasn’t spinning of the horrible exercise variety but the kind you did to make yarn that we both fell about laughing. I’ve got a [...]
I have had a moment to get my equilibrium back and a day to clean and tidy and the house a bit today. In between bouts of cleaning and tidying, I thought I’d try a bit of spinning practice and then some plying. The very green yarn had been something I’d started years ago and [...]
Dashing through with a quick peek of the exhibition I’ve got some pieces in. My friend Annie from the House of Lavene and I were having great fun with the caterers on Saturday.
I made up a little floral gift for a kind friend of mine and as soon as I came in from the garden, a little helper appeared.
It was such a gorgeous day yesterday – perfect for a walk on the beach. I even left my winter coat in the car and walked along just in a cardigan and scarf. Bliss!
I’m doing another week-long stint showing my jewellery at the Horsebridge Gallery and one of the nicest things is to walk along the sea front