I’ve been thinking about darning. It might be time to get some books and do some research on different darning techniques, as my current way, while workhorse, is a little boring.
What brought this on, you may ask, when you are meant to be working at your job where they don’t pay you to think about knitting?
Continue reading ““Darning needle-dragonfly, sew up these ears, so they not hear!””
My plan in blogging is not really just to share (although hello, if you’re here and not just me re-reading my own post!), but to document for my jerk-brain all the things I manage to squeeze into my days.
I have a tendency to look back at a day, pleasantly spent occupied with some hobby or another, and think that I didn’t do anything. Somehow, the idea of “productivity” became intertwined with no fun in my mind. Anytime something getting done is enjoyable, it’s stricken from my mind as a productive element!
WHAT KIND OF NONSENSE IS THAT, I ASK YOU?
Continue reading “Comfort in Routine”
Well, maybe not mountains, but hills and nature, surely.
What a lovely sunday to be had yesterday – leisurely morning with tea, cat, and finishing a book, followed by a day of doing things. Continue reading “What are men to rocks and mountains?”
All fall days should involve being so busy you don’t have much time to overthink, right? And some golden leaves casting light in through your window like a magical glow. Continue reading “Golden Hour”
Thank you, George Bernard Shaw, for the quote.
Giving it a try – joining the blogging game about 15 years late, trend wise! Continue reading ““Whisky is liquid sunshine.””