. . . i t h a s r a i n e d . . . L O T S! You have no idea how glad I am that we live fairly high up, otherwise I would have been building a boat. Luckily it has calmed down and we have seen some sun the past few days. I just feel so sorry for all the people who have had to deal with flooding…I cannot imagine how awful it must be.
Anyway, now I’ve got that out of my system, how the heck are you? Has it rained where you are? Oops sorry, there I go again with the rain…I promise I won’t mention it again (slaps own hand).
My poor dad has been in hospital this week having a knee replacement, he is now bionic and doing incredibly well! He is one of the fittest 70 year old’s I know and I am so proud of him. We visited him in hospital the day after his operation and he was so chirpy and positive I could have cried! Good luck with the rest of your recovery lovely Dad. Although I do pity my mum as he is going to be a pain to keep from doing too much too soon!!
I definitely feel that the shift in season is making me want to hibernate a little. How about you? The heating has been on quite a bit but I do like that c o z y f e e l i n g of closing the door on the cold and feeling all snug and safe inside!
I added a few new items to my shop too which I am really pleased about. I love these new creations, they just make me feel h a p p y when I am making them. I haven’t got round to making anything with felt yet but will certainly endeavor to do so in this coming weeks.
I also did a little writing which has pleased me enormously as creative writing is something I used to do a great deal when I was younger. If you haven’t seen it already you can read my first piece here.
I hope you are having a lovely relaxing (or maybe happily busy?) weekend and thanks for visiting my little space.
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