I have been asked to consider this question this week. What is happiness? I describe the feeling of happiness as a sense of contentment. If asked, "are you happy?" I would answer, "yes" because in my day to day life, the percentage of things that are lovely are higher than the percentage of things that … Continue reading What is happiness?
I keep thinking to myself that I really need to do some writing. But i'm limiting myself because I haven't done any sewing in months and the whole wellness thing is in turmoil. So, as my laptop is out to register with the opticians - my sister is right, you do go blind when you … Continue reading I had a birthday
Hi world! So I'm reaching the end of week two of staying in. I have to go to work on a rota to supervise key worker children, which is something that helps break up the week, but is a bit worrying. I am in a much better place in terms of feeling positive about 80% … Continue reading 2 weeks in…
Bonus points if you can comment and tell me where "here Hare, here" comes from! I love this cushion and I loved making it even more as it combined drawing and art with sewing - win win. For the Make do and Mend evening, I was asked to donate a raffle prize, so this is … Continue reading Here hare here – raffle prize cushion
In what accidentally seems to be shaping up as a year of charity, I was very eager to help when an email popped up from Charlotte inviting me to help at her fundraising evening. Charlotte was raising money for Marie Curie in honour of her mother. She decided to host an evening at my local … Continue reading Make do and Mend charity evening
If you've been following my Instagram, you'll be sick of hearing about my #redjanuary2020 antics, but here is a round up of what I found out during the 31 day active challenge. If you wouldn't mind... please bung a couple of quid to Mind mental health charity https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/red-january-2020-88b78220-bfc9-4a83-8a5a-5ad02f884278 January is long. Not much to add … Continue reading Red January 2020
The much-coveted weekend for sewing obsessives opened its doors to me, the weekend before my return to work. It was incredibly inspiring and thought-provoking as well as emotionally tricky. When I set my alarm to make sure I could get one of the tickets (that sold out in 2 minutes) it was a long wait … Continue reading The Sewing Weekender 2019