They are now on the move………..
and we've found them in all corners of the house resting in their beautiful chrysalis waiting to transform………...
It is truly miraculous to see them dangling from such a fragile thread…..
So as life evolves so must mine. After 31 years of being on antihypertensives I now have a heart full of tortuous vessels. For those 'in the know' my ECG tracings for the past few years have revealed 'upsloping ST depression'…..in a nut shell this means I have ischaemic angina and it jolly well hurts! I can control it with medication and if I don't walk fast or up hills! So for a while now my inner self has intuitively been telling me it is time for life to change. My overseas trips to the UK will cease at the end of this year and travelling and teaching at the end of next year. Instead I am thinking of maybe sharing trunk shows and of course some exciting William Morris events at home - that is an ongoing thing as I liaise with the Art Gallery. So thanks for your understanding…..but I will still be designing and sharing - that will never stop!
Yesterday Emily came for a visit and Beau didn't want to go home, so it was lovely to have his company for a few hours. During the afternoon I could hear him chatting where I found him at the tree quilt telling the baby birds that their mummy was nearby! He has been unwell the last few days with asthma so I tried to find a treat for him at home and after receiving it he asked if I had something for Maisie that he could take home…….such a thoughtful little boy…………..
And to our 'random act of kindness' friend the coffees are still being enjoyed and a few weeks ago it was with those two special little people. Maisie loved her babycino especially the marshmallow………
And a little treat for us today with just one wee chocolate from Bracegirdles…….
Life is good and it is lovely to have the heat of Summer behind us once more x