Mrs Marshall, a little Welsh lady migrated to Australia with her husband and seventeen year old son. The couple wanted a better life for their son and thought a new start in Australia might be the answer. One of Mrs Marshall’s problems was a tree in the wrong place in her backyard. She applied… Continue reading THE TREE LOPPER
Great writers can use words to create pictures that transport us to another time and place. Think of Charles Dickens, C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien … don’t their stories seem so real?
Very few people would think of themselves as a David pitted against a Goliath, yet when their back is to the wall, they turn into a David, rescuing people from certain death,
Cupid’s arrow found its target and we married. Sixty-six years later we still fizz with the magic,
‘I might be onto something here,’ Les’s voice broke the quiet afternoon
He smiled, wiped the sweat from this brow, raised his bow to quiet us, and then he said - not boastfully, but in a quiet, pensive, reverent tone - "You know, sometimes it is the artist's task to find out how much music you can still make with what you have left."
I have stitched at it every evening and have completed eight birds. I began the project in February 2018 when I traced the pattern and ironed it on to the linen and sewed the first stitches. I estimate it will be June 2019 when I say, ‘It is finished!’