I tend to post my crafting on Instagram, these days, but it takes up so much of my life/keeps me … Continue Reading The Golden Herringbone Cape
All the way back in 1994, barely two months into my Honours year in Philosophy at Monash, I had to … Continue Reading Let’s try that again… at a distance.
At the ripe old age of 45 we have decided we have finally found somewhere we want to put down … Continue Reading We’re putting down roots!
“Handmade Plenty” is my theme for the next 5 years 😊 I’ve never really made a vision board or given … Continue Reading Handmade Plenty
Talking to my naturopath, Natasha (@bmcomphealth on Instagram 😊) is so inspiring! After our phone-session, this afternoon, I had an … Continue Reading Menu planning through brain fog.
My back needed a break from sitting at the loom and twining, today, so I worked on my #cartoon for … Continue Reading Making the cartoon for my first tapestry.
Today is a low-#spoons, little-brain day 🤕. Luckily, my cotton for a baby blanket for my eagerly awaited, shiny new … Continue Reading Niblings! Niblings!
Delightful end to a Saturday celebrating 20 years of friendship and Spring Equinox celebrations with my chosen-sister, Liana ❤️❤️- a … Continue Reading 20 Springs of friendship!
We are very lucky to have a little creek at the bottom of our garden so we are visited by … Continue Reading The joys of country life!
Getting deeper into the #slowlife, next stop #homemade skincare. I’ve never been able to find anything that works for my … Continue Reading Next stop homemade skincare.
We’ve had 30 minutes of rain that turmed to delicate, fluttering, snow! We were told we could have snow in … Continue Reading SNOW!!!!
Lest I be one of those people who only shares the pretty stuff lol. This is 4 days after falling … Continue Reading #nofilter 😂
Ingredients delivery services aren’t just for those who can’t cook… they’re for those who can’t think, too!
We have used one ingredients delivery service or another for around a year, now, and I love it for so … Continue Reading Ingredients delivery services aren’t just for those who can’t cook… they’re for those who can’t think, too!
I wasn’t going to go but I’d been looking forward to, and saving up for, the Bendigo Sheep and Wool … Continue Reading Bendigo Sheep and Wool Show 2017
It’s an icy, rainy day in the Victorian Central Highlands and my pain and brain fog are moderate to high … Continue Reading The #slowlife and #spoonielife
Every time I give myself permission to have a do-little day, listening to my pain, I find I end up … Continue Reading Onigiri and life lessons.