Tyler Durden: I see all this potential, and I see it squandered. God damn it, an entire generation pumping gas, waiting tables – slaves with white collars. Advertising has us chasing cars and clothes, working jobs we hate so we can buy shit we don’t need. We’re the middle children of history, man. No purpose […]
Sewing for me is a kind of meditation, I’ve sewn for as long as I was able to hold a needle. I guess in the beginning I watched my Mum and she taught me. I made clothes for my dollies and teddies. I progressed to her old sewing machine which was pale blue I remember. […]
I didn’t find out until I was 46 that my Nanna suffered with depression and mental health issues. Forty six years into my life and my Mum tells me the story of coming home from school and her Mum, my Nanna still being in bed and not being able to get her out of bed. […]
Gosh I’m not quite sure what I’m doing here or even where I’ve been, I do know I’ve been to some dark corners in my brain, like entering a very dark room in a strange old house in the depth of the darkest part of night and knowing that somewhere there is a light switch, […]
… and her tortoiseshell cat.
The last of the apples fall from the old apple tree, October bids its farewell for another year in a fanfare of orange, copper and gold. November … finds me picking up the wind falls, raking leaves and generally tidying. It’s been fairly mild but they say that the weather is turning colder in the […]
Inger …..who falls down into the underworld for pulling the wings off insects .. and other unkindly acts … captured by the Marsh Wife who embroiders lies, and strings together all the idle words which fall to the ground, to make mischief of them. ~ the girl who trod on a loaf ~ Hans Christian […]
Little Circus Wagon, home to Old Grey the Circus Elephant, who dreams of one day going back to his real home, where his memory takes him at the end of each Big Top show….For as you know Elephants never, ever forget …… The End
Ila is a kindly soul, who sometimes feels a little sad but She has her blanket to make her feel better.
Catching up on the garden posts, its been a busy time, spent outdoors. Progress has been huge, and all our hard work has been so worth it. And the Lupins….. And then the rain fell and the winds blew, for about two weeks solid ….the delphiniums, foxgloves and lupins suffered big time from […]