Looking through my September photographs makes me appreciate
the loveliness of time well spent. Craft workshops, an art exhibition,
good books, a mini holiday, cinema visits and meet ups with friends.
There’s been a trip down country to see my sister in Witney, Oxfordshire,
where we visited the fabulous Burford Garden Centre.
We stepped back in time on a visit to the Cotswold Woollen Mill
at Letchlade. It was so exciting to come across these old textile design
sample books in their museum.
At long last I got to meet up with Jayne Emerson, textile designer
and creator of the No Rules Textile Society that I’ve been a member
of since Covid times and the thing that has kept me connected to
like minded folk.
The wandering welder enjoyed himself as well and came away
with some fabric pieces to cover his waistcoats with.
I’ve seen a couple of great films. The latest Julia Robert’s one
and the Fisherman’s Friend sequel.
I’m ploughing my way through books at a right rate of knots.
This Lesley Pearce thriller had me gripped from start to finish.
Don’t read Bob Mortimer’s autobiography in bed, you won’t
get to sleep for laughing.
I’ve neglected my blog of late but maybe October will see a
return to it with more of the above hopefully.
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