It has been a little longer than I thought it would be, and much longer than I hoped it would be since my last post, but I thought that I would drop in and say hello! Thank you all so much for your supportive comments and e-mails. They are appreciated more than I can say and your support has meant so much to me and carried me along through these tricky times. There isn't really any change in the situation, just more things coming up each day it seems. I am trying very hard not to get worked up about it and friends tell me that I seem to be managing well so I am grateful for that. You are all part of allowing and enabling me to do that, so I really am thankful for you.
I cannot say that I am back to blogging, but I have been back, somewhat, to reading and commenting and getting on with other things in life, so that is all good.
My new mantra is "let it go" and I can often be found humming or singing (very very badly it has to be said, because I am hopeless at remembering the words!) this song from the film Frozen which I am sure many of you already know very well.
It doesn't always work, and it is a lot easier to say than do, but it does act as a reminder and singing is certainly more cheerful than crying isn't it!
No pictures really to share right now, although if I can get my current crochet item finished tonight I will have something to share tomorrow. In the meantime I thought you might like to see this picture
Although I don't condone graffiti in any way, this was very cute and friendly and he just had to photographed - I was stuck in a traffic jam at the time! Sometimes these things can actually be quite cheerful can't they and it certainly made me smile instead of scowl at the line of traffic ahead!!
Well the groceries are waiting to be put away, the drier is beeping at me, there is a small mountain of ironing (can a mountain be small???) and the WIP's are of course piling up so I better go and get on, especially if I want to spend the evening crocheting and eating some more Halloween candy!
Thank you all again, take care and see you soon!