Monthly Archives: March 2014

Good Morning!

I hope those of you who celebrated Mother’s Day yesterday had a lovely day. I did get my lie-in and even had really nice dreams too – I guess normally I’m always up before they start! It was such a … Continue reading

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Weekending

It’s only Saturday and I feel like we’ve already had our two days’ worth. There’s been a picnic breakfast and golden card crown making, we sent parcels and did the food shopping. The big boys went out to wash the … Continue reading

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Come April

The wind around here has gone icy again. Days are grey and wet. March is coming to an end and I’m quite glad for it. There were good times, of course, always, but it’s been a long month. April sounds … Continue reading

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Yarn Along

I finished my March Shawl and haven’t started a new project yet! There is so much else going on at the moment, that’s occupying my evenings. But I do have yarn leftovers ready and waiting for another little bunny that … Continue reading

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Hand-Work Dolls

I don’t think I’ve shown you these little dolls yet. I learned how to make them during a workshop at the Handwork Conference I went to a few weeks ago. It was a lovely process, really thinking about the little … Continue reading

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All in one

Hello lovely people, and so sorry for being so absent last week. How many hours I’ve spend trying to do the things I normally do online on my phone. A good lesson in frustration tolerance and letting go. We have … Continue reading

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Hello, Spring

Spring today. We’ve been having lovely bright sunshine, and frosty winds, all in one day. Yesterday, in wonderful weather, seemed the first official day of the new Playground Season. It’s promising to be one somewhat less relaxing that last year’s, … Continue reading

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