Wooo hooooooo....is there anybody out there?
I'm back. Sorry for the big gaps. Weekly chemo does so take it out of one! But enough of that. I've actually managed to get a new design out, featuring Wee Witchity
In the deep, dark woods where nobody goes,Wee Witchity creeps on her tippity toes
She silently sneaks from tree to tree,
Up to no good, It's plain to see!
It's been modelled on three different fabrics, all produced by Chromatic Alchemy. I love their fabrics...they are def the best around in my humble opinion!
On another note, I've decided I don't have a bucket list. I really don't. I've achieved everything I wanted to out of life. My kids are nearly all grown and are amazing people. I went from single mum to university lecturer and teacher (and general smart ass). I've no mortgage or bills or loans. I've got
What more can I ask for? Every time life threw me an opportunity, I tried it. I succeeded at everything, either through hard work or good luck (see, I really am a smart ass). So what else is there?
Absolutely nothing except perhaps world peace......well that is kind of a bog standard reply isn't it?
No. I don't have a bucket list but I do have a 'Do Before I die' list. Fun things or random opportunities grabbed. There are several things on this list. Ride a motor bike, drive a luas tram, climb Croagh Patrick (note I didn't say how far!). The first though was to go on a Ferris Wheel. Seriously. It may seem a little thing to you but it's a huge thing for me. I'm petrified of heights. Absolutely hate them!
So yesterday hubby and I drove off to Galway where we knew there was a Ferris Wheel (at Salthill). It was raining and windy...of course it was. What else would it be when I'm going to be suspended a hundred, million feet above the ground?
See, at least a hundred, million miles up!
I told the man to let us off when we had gone around once.....but no. The crafty beggar pretended to be on his phone when we 'landed' again so we ended up going around three times.
I just can't look!
OK, getting a bit braver now (second time around)
Brave enough to take a photo! Third time around!
Look how brave I am!!!!
And with that I will leave you with what was waiting for us when we got home. Good ol' Roscommon. He was quite happy watching us drive past him as he munched the hedgerow without a care in the world!