This is an attempt at a snapshot since my last post in August. Many apologies, and this post will be in chronological reverse order I now realise, as my brain gets back into blogging gear, starting with my visit to Cropredy Folk festival in August ending in December. There has been no huge reason for lack of posts. Initially I was without a computer but was still blogging in my head - on overload- then a little out of sorts and never quite got going again. But Christmas and the promise of a hopeful New Year has brought me back again! Hoping this does the same for you xxx
The scent of rosemary is powerful.
The ruins of an old house; a fig tree has taken root and adorns the front door.
The imagination runs rife. " whose house is this I think I know......"
Back home and my passion flower has borne fruit for the first year in three years.
Haven't done much crafting this time but managed to finish these two door hangings which were requested by my niece over a year ago!
And an apron with left over material. I don't think this was the finishes photo.
A visit to the Lakes in November visiting Sean and Lucy,
On route to the Lakes a visit to my dearest friends John and Arlene in Manchester and the Christmas market.
December came and the year draws to a close with seasonal images and good cheer, from me ... with homemade angels and damson gin.
This magical grotto is last years photo of Erin and Rory, Becky's children - they have brought me such joy this year.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
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