I’m very late in writing this blog post (surprise surprise).
Since our incredible trip to Scotland, AP and I have been mostly staying around home, working on our own projects, and sometimes working together in an effort at home improvement.
Recently I was asked by a friend to give her daughter a lesson in metal working and ring making and I was happy to do that. Ella is almost 16 years old and is a gifted crafter so we sat down together a few weeks ago and spent an afternoon with saws, hammers, torches, silver and gemstones. She was a quick learner and a pleasure to work with. And she finished her ring, too!
I noticed that both Ella and her mother had lovely hands and so I seized an opportunity to grab a few photos of those lovely hands wearing some of my statement rings:
Well, it’s a blog written by a jewellery maker, so I had to post a few photos.
And here I am, sitting with Daisy who is now blind and deaf, but she still likes to go on walks so I put her in a kangaroo pouch and I take her when I walk Skye. We always stop at this bench and sit for a bit while Skye smells every single tree and shrub in the area. We then go home and we all feel like we’ve been somewhere. It’s the little things 🙂