Taking stock – June
I haven’t done one of Pip Lincolne’s taking stock posts for a while!
Making: my first weaving on a small rectangle loom in pink, cream and burgundy wool, fibres and fabric
Getting: tired of the ‘welcome home from camp’ signs we stuck around the house for Mr 12’s return last week!
Cooking: a four-day Italian feast from Atlas Masterclass – new recipes, all the ingredients and delicious meals!
Sipping: ginger and lemon in hot water as a change from my usual black tea
Reading: The writer laid bare by Lee Kofman – excellent read so far
Thinking: about a busy month ahead
Remembering: that when I was almost fifteen, I realised I was halfway to thirty and how that felt soooo old!
Looking: at the last Autumn leaves on the ground
Listening: to podcasts about street art
Wishing: the price of a lettuce was not so expensive!
Enjoying: a long weekend ahead
Appreciating: my warm home
Wanting: a winter with no colds, flu or Covid
Eating: cauliflower and blue cheese soup for lunch
Finishing: a pile of papers to be sorted – hopefully!
Liking: my blue pottery mugs for drinking tea
Loving: Mr 12’s funny observations
Buying: not much
Watching: the footy without any joy
Hoping: for some joy with the aforementioned footy!
Wearing: a black and white striped jumper which makes me feel like David Rose from Schitt’s Creek
Walking: to the Darebin Creek
Following: our dog, Cleo, as she pads around the house
Noticing: how dark it gets so early
Saving: my pennies by not buying lettuce!
Waiting: for the structural edit from Hachette to arrive next week
Bookmarking: articles on street art – in preparation for my structural edit
Coveting: a quilt from the Patchy Girls!
Feeling: so grateful I’m fully recovered from Covid
Hearing: the twang of my violin as I tune it
Let me know what ‘ing’ thing you’re doing over the long weekend!