When I was a child, condensed milk was the most coveted treat in the pantry and raspberries were sold along the side of the road for just a dollar or so.
I know you’ve been desperate to know what’s going on with me, so here I am with a new instalment of Pip’s Holiday Diary. #snort
It’s my first day off work. Well. To be more accurate it’s the first time I’ve taken a break from work in three and a half years.
Has your to-do list ever taken over your soul and controlled your mind like some sort of organisational dementor? Sort of like a Kondo with teeth and giant tentacles that seeks to remind you that YOU HAVE THINGS TO DO. Or like a Tonia Todman gone wrong, tucking you and your world in within an inch of its life?
Here is a catch-up because I have been scribing and not writing here … and I have been missing blogging so much!
Hello peaches! How are things? I have been kinda busy with work and writing my book. My deadline is a month away now, so it has been hard to find the time to do all the things I want, but I am most certainly trying my best! I am quite behind on a few things if I’m completely honest … but not on my book at least!
I feel like I am always having a lot of feeeeelings here. So how about we just look at some good things instead?!
The baby of our family just turned 19 today. It is pretty amazing when your last baby has navigated that many years and is starting to forge a life for themselves. Not a baby anymore.
When you’re going through a hard time, reading can be a total salve. Last year it was for me, at least. I was particularly weird about my book choices, mostly, setting myself the theme ‘Books written by women that focus on nature in some way’.
Oh my goodness. I had a bit of a blog break over Christmas and the beginning of January and gosh I think I’m the better for it.