A confession 

I confess to being exhausted!

I’m sure you know the feeling – no inspiration to do anything and you know that something else going wrong will just mean floods of tears!

It’s been a chapter of disasters. No need to go into details, but let’s just say water and internet and leave it at that. Tradespeople will once again be tramping through the house in an effort to put right what was ‘put right wrongly’ and a BT engineer will apparently make all things new for the internet on Wednesday. In the meantime I haven’t done much more than my daily 15 minutes – so here is the next instalment of my September challenge.

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Not only are these very easy to do, I’m learning a lot from them. I can see that the series may well go on into October, although the initial challenge was only for the month of September. If you are interested you can see more here, but it’s really only a useful record for me.

The crochet is slowly progressing too. I’m really hoping to finish this by the end of the month, but at the moment it’s only seeing the progress of about a line a night…… Maybe after the water is fixed….!

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Did I enjoy my holiday? Ask me again when I get one! I’d rather be at the seaside, but at the moment it’s just been ‘water – water – almost everywhere!’


14 Comments Add yours

  1. Heather Martin says:

    That sounds very traumatic – water where it shouldn’t be always is. I do hope all will be put right soon, and properly this time. I love your challenge studies and crochet piece – hopefully they are providing a little therapy. I can just about crochet but can never seem to follow a pattern, so my efforts are a bit random. Hang on in there and all will be well.

  2. Sorry for your troubles. Cliches galore now, keep your chin up, a trouble shared is a trouble halved, … I could go on but they are at least all true. Sending you good vibes and take care.

  3. wendy says:

    So sorry my friend, that you’re still having such a rough time. Sending ((((big hugs)))) as ever and keeping everything crossed for sanity to resume in your life very, very soon. Of course I wouldn’t be me if I didn’t add…………you must have done something very wrong in a previous life!!!!! *o*

  4. Margaret Price says:

    Just keep going with the fifteen minutes of ” creativity” until everything comes back to NORMAL Myfanwy.
    Hope that will be very soon !!!!!!

  5. Angela Graham says:

    Hope everything settles down to something like normality very soon for you. I am making some journal pages for autumn. Will post some very soon.

  6. Celia says:

    Isn’t it always the way that troubles never come alone. Hang on in there!

  7. kathford2014 says:

    So sorry to hear all is not plain sailing! Fingers crossed for rapid improvement. Love the crochet

  8. Sandy says:

    I’m sorry., Boy, can I relate and everything needs to be followed up with calls or waiting for return calls.

  9. Julie Broad says:

    Oh dear Myfanwy, so sorry to hear about the chaos affecting your life, mood, creativity etc. Despite all of this you continue to be an inspiration to many of us. Thank you x

  10. Lucid Gypsy says:

    I hope things are better by now!

    1. nuvofelt says:

      Thanks, Gilly. We are getting there!

  11. Julie says:

    Thinking of you and sending you lots of love and hugs xxxx

    1. nuvofelt says:

      Thank you Julie, much appreciated.

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