slow and steady


Since I last wrote, I have been making paths and planting things...

...making lots and lots of these in different colours


...to see if I can finish this


...walking five minutes from my house to the meadow and the bluebells



...listening to lots of music, going to see bands, having a lovely time here and here

...breathing in and out, enlarging the place of my tent and dwelling in green places...


11 comments:

Kate Fern said...

lovely, lovely post, gorgeous photos, best wishes :)

Frances said...

Sue, seeing this post from you has added a delightful course to my relaxed breakfast time on this day off. As always, I am very interested to see what you've been doing, and must add to your list ...taking beautiful photographs.

So many greens hereabouts show me a tranquility and fine creative sparks.

What a crocheting festival has been going on around you! Thank you also for the here and here links.

xo

marge said...

Thank you so much for this post - a delight as always

Sue said...

Thank you ladies it is nice to be appreciated :-)

alice c said...

Hello Sue
Thank you for this lovely post.
Wishing you sunshine so that you can enjoy picnics in the meadow.
Alicex

Thomasina Tittlemouse said...

Wishing you all the best with the planting and hooking - always nice when you can see things beginning to come together. I do love your phrase "enlarge the place of my tent" - what a wonderful expression - full of so many layers of possibility and with all kinds of nuance from the literal to metaphorical and back again by way of the imagination. Wishing you joy and contentment in your tent-place enlarging and with happy unexpected surprises waiting for you in the new territory that you begin to inhabit. Elizabeth x

Gilly said...

:)

Sue @ Quilting the Green Star said...

So glad you are walking in the sunshine again. I have so enjoyed your thoughtful blogs and am delighted you are able to think about it now.the festivals look great too, thanks for the links. The cosmos are much earlier than mine on the east side of the country

Acornmoon said...

I love that last quote and the image that accompanies it. I have a good idea who the artist might be!

It looks like your garden is making good progress and your creativity is back on track. It is always a delight to see your crochet.

You have made great strides, I am so pleased that you keep up your blog. You inspire people more than you might realise. x

rossichka said...

Hello, Sue! As I can see, your everyday life offers you joy, beauty, entertainment and pleasant moments! I like the colours in this post and its "major" sounding!:) Hope you are enjoying the Summer, too!:)

What a charming drawing!!

Gilly's Camera said...

oh, that throw looks gorgeous.....