DAYS ARE WHERE WE LIVE
Hi Sue,Congratulations on your new book! I am really enjoying it - it makes me smile, something we all need right now. It makes us think about all the things we have to be grateful for, not to dwell on the negatives.I'm enjoying the "down-time" to do even more spinning, knitting, reading and gardening and like you, I live in a rural area and can enjoy the outdoors without fear of breaching the social isolating rules. I'm just so grateful that the drought, bush fires and smoke haze are behind us - the countryside here is now green and lush and the weather cool and comfortable.Let's hope families can learn how to entertain themselves, be creative with food prep., and enjoy each other's company - it's going to be a long 6 months otherwise.Stay well.Best wishes,Kristine
Fantastic news! Will wait for the paperback as I spend too long on a screen already
Thank you Kristine, it's lovely to hear from you and hear what you're doing. And so good to hear you're enjoying the book.Stay well, Sue.
Hi HelenI understand. On Monday I spent so long working on the computer I was really fed up with it by teatime.