30 March 2015

Moments...



...this week of...

...happiness tidying and cleaning the house, a quiet weekend at home, a Spring equinox celebration at Forest School

...sadness at the events in the Alps

...creating a knitted sheep, the front of a cardigan, the start of a dress, a rainbow storysack, a plan for my garden

...reading The Making of the British Landscape by Francis Pryor, to the children Trouble at Rose Cottage by Emily Bearn and The Story of the Root Children by Sibylle Von Olfers

...learning about stars, black holes, density, galaxies, paper, lighting fires, Equinox, owls

...thinking about plans for the Easter weekend.

...wondering about and being frustrated by enthusiasm for ideas and folks actually committing to them

...hoping that a present I have posted is well received.

...enjoying this

...looking forward to a Maths course I have signed up for.










10 comments:

  1. Your photograph perfectly compliments your thoughtful post. 'Looking forward to a maths course' is a phrase that will never fall from my lips but I am delighted there are people in the world for whom maths is something to enjoy! X

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  2. We love the story of the root children, it has been a regular read the last few weeks :) A maths course, enjoy!

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  3. My daughter is reading the Root Children book right now! She loves it. I'm so happy to know it's being read elsewhere at the same time.

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  4. How exciting, a maths course. I hope you enjoy it.

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    1. I hope I do enjoy it. It is short, just five weeks but I am so looking forward to it :)

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  5. Sounds like a lovely week - there is a certain satisfaction in a really clean house isn't there and I'm curious about the knitted sheep!

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    1. Yeah, a knitted sheep. Sounds like an oxymoron, but it is made and stuffed now. I will share it soon!

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  6. He is just the most amazing musician 'our' Gregory isn't he :) (I think I'm remembering right, you first discovered him on that playlist on my blog? ... I followed your link and I grinned a big grin.)

    A maths course ... you're braver than me!

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    1. I did discovered him through your blog, for which I am immensely grateful :). I could never tire of his beautiful music and his wonderful lyrics however melancholy some of them are.

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