Remember me, I used to be part of your gang but have been missing for a few weeks -well a lot of weeks actually. Lots of things going on to prevent me crafting and joining in, broken Freezer, replacing freezer, broken washer, replacing washer, holidays, bad back etc etc. Add to this the utter and complete loss of mojo and inability to concentrate on any crafting and you have an unhappy bunny so much so that at one point I packed lots of stamps and stuff up ready to give away and give up. Happy to report that I changed my mind and unpacked it :-) and this week has seen the return of Mojo and I'm on my way to catching up on all the many birthday cards I haven't sent.
Four cards on my desk, nothing too fancy, it's baby steps at the moment in case I frighten off that Mojo person again - if you are wondering what the table knives are doing there it's because they live in the dresser behind me and I was too lazy to put them away after Sunday lunch. Still they are beautiful stylish knives (Robert Mellor).
So that's me, back where I belong and happy to be taking part in Julia's big desk hop again. Hope to get around a few desks this week and see what delightful art you have been creating in my absence. See you on the tour and if you want to see a few photos of my holidays then scroll down.
Saundersfoot, Wales. The beach was just yards from our holiday home, out the door, 50 yards down the lane and down the cliff steps, perfect for us and perfect for Sorrel.
This beach wasn't quite as 'friendly', Pendine Sands where Malcolm Campbell, (father of Donald Campbell who was killed on his water speed attempt) broke the world land speed record in 1927. The beach was later used in preparation for the D-Day Normandy landings in WW2 and the chance of unexploded shells. Scary hey?
And this is what I call a beach. Further west, we parked at Stackpole Quay and walked over the cliffs to this beautiful beach, down the steps, across the beach and up the other side. Took us a few hours but the views were stunning. You can just see Andy at the right edge of the photo