Saturday, 17 March 2012

firing and thinking

I'm sure it must be good exercise, going from this computer on the first floor, down stairs, out to the back yard and down the stairs and along the path to the workshop (and back) every 15 to 30 minutes!!
The firing is coming along nicely and I think I've timed it nicely to be able to leave it for an hour to go to the allotment committee meeting.

How many of us write round and around what we are really feeling?

Almost ten months now and I feel dreadfully alone in some ways. I wear a piece of jewellery we found together, to give me strength. The touch of it is reassuring.

I'm working hard at the pots but sometimes can't see which direction I'm heading in. I don't know which direction to head towards, especially in these "interesting times".

Be true to yourself. Find who you are. Don't let someone else change you because what you are is not what they want.

Be professional. If a mistake has been made, fine, admit it, move on.

I'm looking forward to the Vernal Equinox on Tuesday. More light.
Also pot delivering.


Elaine said...

Gwynneth, I hope the sun soon comes out and shines upon you. So much I could say, none of it comes out right. Thinking of you. x

cookingwithgas said...

grief takes so much time and the comforts come in the little things.
Always take a bit of the day for yourself.

Kath said...


Chris said...

Sometimes I just plod on even if I don't know where I'm going. The path will get clearer.

Hope you have a good meeting. Expecting a riot at our next AGM (in two weeks!)

Sara said...

Always thinking of you Gwynneth xx

Zhoen said...

Hard feelings are hard to take whole, we have to nibble at the edges.

Forward in all directions.

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cargillwitch said...

so hope you find growing light in all way at the Equinox! my thoughts are with you.

Cro Magnon said...

Grief needs to be given air. I suggest you go somewhere quiet, clutch your piece of jewellery, and have a good long cry. It doesn't mend, but it's good for the 'soul'.

Anonymous said...

Ditto what Cro said. "Be true to yourself" is an good mantra.