I’m burning !

Following on from my post about pyrography I am happy to report I have mastered the use of the potentially deadly device. I have not burnt myself or the house. I have, however, burnt stuff onto a piece of wood . I came home from a woodburning workshop a month or so ago with the beginnings … More I’m burning !

C2C

  C2C? What is that, you may well ask. Allow me to enlighten you – it is shorthand for corner to corner. That probably has you scratching your head too. It actually is a new crochet technique that I have been mastering the last couple of weeks after coming across a link about it in Oh, … More C2C

Lost in translation

  TRH (The Retired Husband) bought a new tool on-line a few weeks ago. It arrived the other day – a Pyrography machine. As with all good tools, there is a set of enclosed safety and operational instructions. They are usually in several languages. These instructions are in two. Chinese and English. However, given that … More Lost in translation

Animal stuff

  Nature really is pretty spectacular! Enjoy…… Raili Tanska Steps for Peace “To forgive is the highest, most beautiful form of love. In return, you will receive untold peace and happiness”  ~ Robert Muller

To have and to hold

The other day I wrote a poem about disposable relationships. Today I write a sequel based on a lifetime of relationshipping experiences.  A mini how ‘to have and to hold from this day forth, in sickness and in health, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health…’ When things go pear … More To have and to hold

Echoes of Creation

Himself, TRH (The Retired Husband) has been busily constructing things of timber in the  man cave. These two beautiful pine boxes are now waiting for me to find things to put into them. They stack and have hand grip holes in the sides for ease of moving. They really are very good. He’s a clever little … More Echoes of Creation

Woollie socks

    Have you ever had the pleasure of wearing handknitted woollen socks in winter? These ones are very nearly like the ones we used to have. I found this picture on Pixabay. We used to always have someone who could weave the magic of those knitting needles to create such toasty warmth. When the … More Woollie socks