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Sunday, 17 September 2017

Resting up.

After the past 2 weeks of moving things around, and generally being in a perpetual whirl, I have thrown the towel in.
Knitting is is it's bag and the door to the craft room is firmly shut.

I had another disturbed night, that's 3 in a row, and woke up feeling completely out of sorts.

The dogs had their walks and I settled into the corner of the sofa with Copper on the box.

2 cups of mint tea have refreshed me but the thought of food brings on nausea ( I hate being sick so food is off the menu).

I think that a day or maybe 2 with clear liquids only will perk me up.

I have bought myself a Welsh Dresser, a lovely old piece that has been polished by generations of women. The owner passed and her daughter has not got room and the granddaughters were not interested.

It is not only lovely but now houses my pretty china that has been languishing in the cupboards for far too long.

I have a photo but the camera is in the craft room so it will wait for another day.

The sun is shining from an azure sky but the garden is a bog after so much rain. Perhaps tomorrow.

Now I am going to put episode 3 on and sink back into my cushions.


                       TTFN                                       Pam

PS. Copper looks very realistic, I am so glad that smelly vision has not been invented.

18 comments:

  1. Sorry you're not feeling well, hope you're feeling better soon. Love a Welsh dresser.

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    1. It went as fast as it came, I did enjoy the rest though.

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  2. Take care, Pam. You likely have overdone the reorganising of your crsft space. Enjoy your knitting and viewing. Catriona

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    1. I did do a lot in a small time but am so pleased with it. My package arrived and it is lovely. Thank you.

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  3. Pam, I love your new craft room!! (last post) and that crumb quilt is great. I want to make one! Sure hope you feel better soon. Feeling too sick to eat is awful. The new (old) dresser sounds beautiful.

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    1. I will have to make another crumb quilt, I really want to keep that one. My dresser gleams from decades of polishing, I look at it and send a little thank you to all the women for their hard work.

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  4. Hope you soon feel a little more chipper. Have a virtual hug.

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  5. Looking forward to seeing the welsh dresser, sounds wonderful.

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    1. I think that it is very lovely.

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  6. I hope you start to feel better very soon. Looking forward to seeing your Welsh dresser.

    God bless.

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    1. Iam much better today thank you.

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  7. Sorry you're unwell and hope you feel better soon. Time to pamper yourself and taking it easy!

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    1. A day on the sofa did the job.

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  8. Sorry to hear you are feeling off colour, get well soon x

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    1. Thank you, I am fully recovered.

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  9. That sounds like a very good idea if you are not feeling great.
    Hope you feel better soon.
    Hugs-x-

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    1. It was a good idea and it did the trick.

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