Definitely back at work now – first staff team meeting today, and much caught up and planned. As always, I am deeply grateful for Patient Colleague, Creative Colleague and Reflective Colleague. It is good to be getting back into the rhythm and to be reconnecting with the passion that keeps me here in the Big… Continue reading Overwhelming, but not overwhelmed
So, I am now back at work, which is a good thing. Of course it is! But I am still pining (partly for the fjords, since that might be cooler than the centre of the Big City!!) for the Little Things. So, here are piccies of my scrap-challenge rooms. The idea is to make rooms… Continue reading Back to work
There was a security helicopter buzzing low and loud overhead this morning as I was wakening. “That’s the sound of a full size bee, heard in the teeny tiny garden” said Beloved Other. Well, maybe, but if so, then the teeny tiny people I am imagining living there (I am not going in for dolls;… Continue reading Continuing the fantasy garden….
I need to introduce another category to my blog posts; as well as my 1/12 dolls house, and my 1/24 seaside scene that I am building, I am now beginning work on a garden setting (which may end up having a house as well,) in 1/48 size; that is 1/4 inch to a foot –… Continue reading Teeny-tiny things…
I have just heard of the death of an amazing woman; Rev Dr Marie Isaacs – Baptist minister, New Testament scholar, teacher, chaplain, cricket blue and one of the most frightening people I ever met – and one of my most important mentors. Who was very cross with me when I told her (after many… Continue reading Rev Dr Marie Isaacs….
Beloved Other has just commented that I should be enveloped in bubblewrap, for my own safety. This is because I currently have a nasty twisted ankle from a fall yesterday, a painful swollen knee from a bad wrench, a colourful variety of bruises from walking into things because I wasn’t paying attention, and rather more… Continue reading Bubblewrap!
Reflecting on a a choice and decision I may have to make, I was surprised to find myself thinking “this could lead to being really happy!” This surprised me firstly because I am not unhappy, but secondly and mainly because it is not the normal way I approach change, especially change I am not controlling.… Continue reading An unexpected thought