Saturday, 6 August 2011

A bit early but thinking of Christmas...............

Jessie Chorleys gorgeous drawings

Jessie and Buddugs Shop on the Columbia Road

I'm so glad to be talking to you all my dear blog friends..I have been so poorly for so many weeks unable to really do much and not really able to craft or use my computer so I am so sorry if I have not written and have lost touch with you....... I hope I can start to post a little more often and visit your beautiful blogs  too......
My lovely Mom has treated me to a Christmas  workshop November 12th  with one of my favourite designers Jessie Chorley take a look at her gorgeous and amazing work (  blog link to Jessie and Buddugs Shop is in my picture list at the side of my page)  so I have something wonderful to aim for, and I will have lots of nice things to make for Christmas.
.I know how it seems a long time away...but the crows are starting to chatter in the dusky green leaves of late summer and somehow  the magic of the year moves on, trickling through my fingers like a cool stream on a summers day...............
May I toast you all with a piece of chocolate cake and a nice cup of tea xxxxxxx

20 comments:

Jacqueline said...

Oh Lynn,
I am so sorry to hear that you have not been so well and hope that this comment finds you a little brighter. It's rotten when you can't do all of the things that you love to do but, you have that lovely workshop to look forward to in one of my favourite shops. What a lovely mum you have.
I love all of the shops along Columbia Road. They are all so individual aren't they ?
I really hope that you are feeling stronger everyday and am sending healing vibes from Hertfordshire. Much love. XXXX

Anonymous said...

Sooooooooooooooooo excited can't wait we are going to have such a lovely time!! Love Vickie xxxx

karen said...

sorry to hear you have been ill?? Sending lots of happy wishes up the A59 in your direction x

Primchick said...

It's a universal thing... you're the third person that has spoken about Columbia Road... in a matter of days... how fab is that!!
Oooo & the workshop sounds right up my St too...
Glad you're feeling brighter.. :o)

Kay said...

Hi Lynn, I do hope that you are on the road to recovery, I have missed you!!!...i so agree about the changing season, its now nearly dark on our last doggie walk of the evening and i have to say i can't wait for the nip in the air and the scent of an autumn bonfire...i am not a summer girl at all!!! Take care xx

Pilgrim at Kerjacob said...

So sorry you've been poorly.
I was thinking you must be on a lovely holiday somewhere.
I'm glad you're gradually getting better and have the workshop to look forward too.

Love and hugs.

Diane. x

Sea Angels said...

Thank you so very much for your lovely comments...I have soooo missed being able to do stuff and talk to you all wished you were all coming to the workshop now that would be even more fun ha ha xxxxxxxx Lots of love Lynn

Sandie said...

Lyn, I do hope you are feeling so much better, so missed you in blogland, didn't know you were poorly.
Sending healing thoughts to you.
You mention the C word! It creeps in earlier every year I'm sure, or am I getting old? LOL!
I suppose you won't be able to show us your makes after the workshop until after Christmas then! Enjoy.

Take care,
Sandie xx

Twiggy said...

Hope you're soon feeling better. It is never too early to talk about Christmas :)
twiggy x

Cathy Louise said...

Oh Lynn, thats no good sending hugs from down under :)...The workshop looks incredible and that is something wonderful to look forward to....I am already thinking Christmas in my head to actually have a nice range for everyone...Maybe even some stitching from my old days in there...Take care c xxxx

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

I'm so sorry to hear that you've been feeling poorly and hope you are much better now. Oh, and it's never too early to think about Christmas! I just finished knitting a Christmas jumper last week!

vicki said...

Dearest Lynn - It is just no fun at all to feel poorly~~ I wish you bright and sunny days now and that your health is returned to you my friend.

The Christmas photos are absolutely lovely - this will be a wonderful workshop for you - I will look forward to your posting photos from there also!

I'll take that piece of cake and cup of tea - a little cream too please~~

Hugs,
Vicki

shirley said...

Please get well soon I miss your posts! You are such an inspiration
xxxxxxxxxxx

...Miss...Maddie's... said...

Dearest Lynn, I hope that the promise of a new season and looking forward to the workshop will brighten your spirits and help to heal your weary soul.
Stay well my dear.
Susan x

JessiVille said...

Ill health is an unwanted burden for sure. I hope you are feeling stronger every day. Christmas will be upon us before you know it so it is never too early to contemplate the season! And how exciting to have a wonderful workshop waiting for you!
Sending you healing thoughts,
Jessi xox

flowers on my table said...

Lynn, so sorry to hear you have been poorly. I hope that you start to feel better soon. How lovely of your mum to treat you to a workshop. She looks like a very interesting designer, I am sure you will really enjoy yourself. Much love to you, Linda x

Lilla Blanka said...

Dear Lynn,

I hope you will be feeling better soon, sending you my biggest get-well-hug ♥

Actually it is kind of cosy to think about Christman, hihi

Big hug
Mia

Lisa said...

Dear Lynn,
I hope you are feeling much better. Your postings are a breathe of fresh air to visit and read. What a treat for you to go to Jessie's workshop. I hope you have a great time! The display with all of the art is so wonderful. Even though it's sunny and warm here I am in the mood for Holiday creations. It feels like Christmas is just around the corner.

sending love and warm wishes!
Lisa

Suzanne said...

Just returned from holiday and I am catching up on my favourite blogs. So sorry to hear that you have been unwell, wishing you a speedy recovery, and so glad that you have got something lovely to look forward to xxxx

mady dooijes said...

did i tell you that i used to work around the corner from columbia road? i hope you feel much better. take care x