Some weeks are easier than others to search for and find the sunlight in your own life. This has been one of those weeks for me. I am being totally self centred and all my problems are first world ones and so really I should just shut up and put up but sometimes it's hard. Do you know what I mean? I continue to be grateful for Sunlit Sundays because despite the way my week panned out it made me really search for and look for the brightness and lightness around me, and even when feeling blue, it worked and it began to cheer me up.
On Tuesday I had a mad idea that I missed nature too much and so I dashed outside in the dark to find a couple of leaves and to play with them along with some yarn. In my enthusiasm I slipped over the very wet grass, it has rained here for weeks on end and ended up hurting myself quite badly. Not to be beaten I did start to crochet around the leaf but my heart wasn't in it by then and it was harder than I expected. Nature and yarn did not want to play with me either.
|Nature and crochet?!?!?|
|Modern art in flower form?|
But truly I found my one and only 'sunlit' moment on Thursday. When after having three quite disastrous things happen to me, the sun came out in all it's glory. It was still cold, but there was no rain, there was however lots of cold wind but it didn't deter me. I donned on my down filled jacket, made my lunch and moved the chair and table onto the middle of the lawn and sat eating peacefully all alone in the sunshine. It was sheer heaven. I may have been a tad cold but my face raised itself up to that elusive yellow ball in the sky and I drank in the vitamin D. This was the best I felt all week and thank goodness for it.
Joining in with Karen for Sunlit Sunday. Pop over and see what others are sharing: http://mylittlehomeandgarden.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/sunlit-sunday-week-3.html?m=1
❤️ Hoping the sun shines for you
wherever you are this week ❤️