A few more photographs from our trip down to the south coast. Firstly, the grounds of the ruined Battle Abbey - another glorious sunny day: The last day of our holiday was dull and wet, but that didn't stop us exploring. We went up the hill to Winchelsea and found the most beautiful little church. … Continue reading Holiday Highlights – Part 3
Here are some more photos of the inside of Canterbury Cathedral
We've been on a family holiday, staying in East Sussex, and exploring parts of Sussex and Kent. The idea for our trip came from a book I listened to via Audible, Treachery by S. J. Parris, which was set in Canterbury. I was last in Canterbury over 30 years ago, and I was keen to … Continue reading Holiday Highlights – Part 1
As I was reviewing my blog posts I realised that I hadn't actually written about the workshop I did at Skeeby Old Mill with Robbin of Heartfelt Silks! How could I have forgotten? Well, MS stole my memory along with my balance and mobility. Anyway, I've blathered on enough about the whole MS thing recently, … Continue reading My Heartfelt Silks Adventure Part 2
Anita is an Irish fibre artist and felt maker. Follow the link to read about the workshop Robbin did with her in Ireland. Meeting Robbin Firth of Heartfelt Silks..
If you've read the tag line on my blog you'll know I have MS. If you have never met me this will lead you to make one set of assumptions. If you have met me it is highly likely that you've uttered the words "But you look so well", and you'll have made a different … Continue reading Some thoughts on living with an invisible disability in the UK.
I had a fabulous time at Woolfest and enjoyed every minute of my day. I think I last visited around 2007, and a lot has changed since then. There were an amazing number of stalls, with a huge range of products. I had a rough idea of what I wanted to buy, partly from the … Continue reading Woolfest 2015
We all have them, those things we wouldn't be without, although they are probably not the ones that Julie Andrews sings about in The Sound of Music. Some of them will be treasured possessions from childhood, like my friend's 65 year old teddy bear called Edward. Others may be modern gadgets like the Amazon Kindle. … Continue reading A few of my favourite things – Part 1
I'm off to Yorkshire today, to the Skeeby Old Mill Centre, for a workshop with Robbin Firth of Heartfelt Silks. I am unbelievably excited about this because I have wanted to attend one of Robbin's workshops for years, but she lives in the USA, and this is the first time she's come to the UK. … Continue reading My Heartfelt Silks Adventure Begins
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