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Winter on the hill

Saturday, January 21st, 2017

It’s freezing cold and very snowy here at the moment – and grey, really really grey – foggy and white. I’m very happy to only go out when I absolutely have to. If the sun would shine it would probably be stunning, but there seems to be no sign of that at the moment. It […]

Off to a very slow start

Wednesday, January 4th, 2017

Usually I’m full of bounce and good intentions at the start of a new year. This year? Nope. I’ve basically been out with the flu since the 27th – although it can’t actually be the flu because I had the jab. Whatever. It’s horrible and I’ve been coughing and collapsing for over a week and […]

Starting small… or one tiny step towards climbing a mountain

Friday, December 9th, 2016

Since I’ve been at home I’ve had time to take stock of things, tidy up, sort and organise. It’s been a bit of a shock if I’m honest. Now don’t get me wrong, the fabric and wool stash was always kind of out of control. Every year I would say that I was going to […]

A little time to sew

Sunday, December 4th, 2016

I can’t say that job-searching is going spectacularly well. A little disconcerting to realise at the age of 52 that the rest of the world in all probability believes I am past my best. I guess the most important thing though is that I don’t think that. There is still some life in the old […]

New perspectives

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016

  I am standing at a crossroads. It’s exciting and scary at the same time. I’ve taken a big risk giving up a very good job (at my age…, a big risk I know, but it just had to be…). I had been working my socks off for a long time, with a lot of […]