easterly winds opening the mind
|cold and bleak out today, winds blowing in from the east brrrr|
in the spirit of disclosure - see Julie's post here - here's me exposed a little worse for wear after a two-day bug had me bedridden, followed by my period which is not the same as being ill so now I'm up and about, as per usual in pain which is basically a pain (duh) draining and part of the deal, I'm so used to it I just plod along; so I'm feeling exhausted and invigorated at the same time, a walk outdoors has cleared the head and I am settling back into the warm studio thanks to the wood burner blazing away, this helps distract self from back ache and stomach cramps, so there you go a kind of typical day in the studio with Django lying on the floor, interesting huh?
|I've been clearing out my studio and thought it looked a lot emptier, it certainly feels that way, but looking at these images made just five minutes ago I'm not so sure?!|
cheers to all my readers and thank you for coming and sometimes leaving a comment, I appreciate it far more than you know or I am able to express
May you enjoy every stitch of your Autumn Walk ... it's a joy to look at and I only wish I could touch it through the ether.
so many cloths hanging around...
Oh and one more thing my dear Saskia, nothing whatsoever pedantic about naming your cloth Autumn Walk, it is what you saw, it is what you translated on cloth, it gives you joy and because it does, it is rich with meaning for the rest of us...
I love seeing all the cloths hanging, are you getting ready for another specific show? Signed, Not A Robot