This weekend, the berries on the elder tree in the garden were finally ready to pick! I wasted no time collecting as many as my small stature (5’2″) allowed! Unfortunately, my meagre height didn’t allow for enough collection so I sneaked off to the tree on the green next to our house to get more from there.
Hello my friend it’s been ages Since I last looked upon your beautiful face. Last time, was when the sun last rose, It bountiful miracles to perform. When I last laughed and sniggered At that joke you told As you effortlessly brushed my hair from my eyes. Did I ever tell you ‘I love you’?… Continue reading Hello My Friend…
On Tuesday, I went to St Fagans to research what was originally going to be an article I was going to offer a magazine on the history of knitting and the fibre arts in Wales. The problem is that I was really inspired by what I saw!
So yesterday was the 10th anniversary of our marriage. It’s been a bit of an achievement really. I think a lot of people thought we’d only last a few years if that. But with a bit of strong will, determination and a lot of love, we’ve managed to get this far.
I KEEP six honest serving-men (They taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When And How and Where and Who. I send them over land and sea, I send them east and west; But after they have worked for me, I give them all a rest. I let them rest… Continue reading Soppy Sunday – I Keep Six Honest Serving-Men by Rudyard Kipling
As a first impression, I thought the yarn was so beautiful and really well packaged. I thought I took a photo of the package when it came but I can’t find it now. I got RiverSystem to take a video of me winding the yarn which I’ve uploaded to YouTube for you to see.
I decided this week that I would do some research into Melody’s history. Especially as I couldn’t play her for a few days while the strings needed replacing.