Here and now | July 2018

I’ve been away for the weekend, but before we get onto that I wanted to participate in Sarah’s Here and Now linkup so that’s what you’re getting today!

Loving // Several things, actually;  picked these camellias and so enjoy having their prettiness to look at in the family room; my new boxes from Millrose (nope, no idea what they’ll contain, just like ’em!); wearing my finished looooong socks under my long boots – thank you Sarah for the yarn, Kim for the pattern (and Mr Rivers for making boots for those of us with ahem, wider calves).

Eating // a carb free diet to try to help with hot flushes – seems to be working

Drinking // lots of soy milk hot drinks to ward off the cold weather

Feeling // weary but happy after a weekend away with my sewing friends

Making // a little zip bag from a “Molly Makes” magazine for my crochet hooks

Thinking // about going back to my “Peacocks” quilt after seeing Kaye’s progress on hers over the weekend……..

Dreaming // of an overseas trip – not likely to happen but I know of so many people jetting off to or currently in Europe at the moment

Linking up with Sarah and click here to see other “here and now” posts.

Meredithe x

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3 Responses to Here and now | July 2018

  1. Good to know you’re feeling bright eyed and full of the joys of winter!

  2. Mirjam says:

    It’s a beautiful part of the world, Europe!😉🤗

  3. Sarah says:

    What beautiful, beautiful flowers!
    It sounds like you had a lovely weekend away 🙂

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