along the riverbed below our village house trying to glimpse normality for a few hours at the weekend [a. sniffs the wild mint growing by the water together with wild garlic flowers, sorrel leaves and fennel]
thank you for all the kind thoughts and words and wishes and please forgive me for not visiting these past weeks my old repetitive strain injuryis back after many years and i need to stay away from the computer. i will try to leave a trace here and there as my arms allow.
we lost a dear friend and we grieved him and we laughed too at the loud, happy memories and now it's time to pick up, move on as best we can. perhaps even celebrate my birthday tomorrow, though the numbers are growing more and more far-fetched :)
a beautiful week to you, hope you're all well. [our quiet breakfasts when k is away]
the ghosts of biscuits past :) + some scalloped morning sun + a woollen jacket lined with linen for a. from muku. its 's almost moving, how beautifully made it is + the tree-lined avenue that hugs the old city walls +
i saw a white wild anemone near a's school today i didn't have the camera, but it's ok to leave some space for memory too + my mother is 70 today - happy, healthy days, μα! and thank you for so much. .
k came back from france/belgium/estonia/england and brought us postcards of frozen landscapes, and wood and linen and wool, and chocolate hearts for little greedy eyes :) one part of me always wants to travel and see, the other seems content to just bask in the everyday, the little life . . .