|Sunrise at Eastboune last week end|
These are questions I often ask myself and my inner voice often replies not to my liking!
|Neck braced up and waiting for the ambulance|
was going to make her go to training that night and instead she was put in an ambulance! It could have been worse, so we are blessed.
|Ahh, the ceiling seems to have fallen down|
turned off at the mains, we could not get a plumber at that hour, which meant the water had to stay off and we couldn't even flush the toilets. Wonder what they made of us! It could have been worse and happened in a room with far more soft furnishings, apart from the ceiling the damage is minimal.
Week 3: Since my pleurisy back in May my breathing has stayed very laboured and I have struggled to even walk up our single short flight of stairs at home. Then falling foul to an autumnal cold, I could hardly breathe this week. Quick visit to the doctor and bloods and x ray taken to see what is going on... Now a week or so on, I am getting better, so it could have been worse.
Week 4: Son and husband have a week of loosing EVERYTHING!!!!!!!!! Work bag, school bag, gym kit, one school shoe, a jumper and a broken phone. The only thing that has been located and retrieved so far was the school bag, everything else still missing in action. URGHHHHHHH They are both alive and fit and strong, despite loosing and forgetting everything, so I am blessed to have them in my life ;)
|Brimble waiting for us to come back and winterise her|
winterise the boat, money lost on flights and when can we now get back up there to sort out Brimble. However, we are lucky for it not to cripple us, just have to tighten belts a bit around here for a while, it's no bad thing.
The above is just a very small selection of what has been going on in the past 5 weeks. I often look at blogs and can be a tad green at others lives, I remember someone commenting a year or so ago on this blog that I had the perfect life. My response... I only post that which I am willing to share and often that which is fun and light hearted and full of 'hygge' as the Scandinavians say. But I also responded by saying not to be fooled as who really does live a charmed life and behind every blog and every face there are many more stories to be told and not all full of warmth and light. We never know what goes on in a person's life behind their closed doors...
I have just realised that this post does not correlate to the post title, so let's rectify that now...
I have so many ideas in my head and not enough hours in the day, plus trying to make and create some Chrimbo makes for my posting everyday in December as I do, is filling my days up with no spare minutes to be found, but snippets of my makes to show you are...
|These will turn out to be glass Christmas trees |
to be hung in the window, pop back in
December for more information...
|The beginnings of Christmas crochet slippers, |
again pop back and see
|Not quite a ta dah yet as awaiting handles in the post, yes |
handles, my what is it knitted item, will turn out to be a bag!!
|Had a few spare minutes yesterday, so stopped |
the car in a car park full of birds and began a new knitted idea!
|Not a make, but full of inspiration and bought way |
too much! The wonderful shop that is the Fluffatorium in Dorking
Join in with Amy to share with you my last five week and my latest makes.
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♥ How do you juggle your life and fit everything in? ♥