I won't go into the boring details of why I'm feeling down too much but basically I'm taking a step back from my personal life to decide why people perceive me and treat me the way they do.... I'm far from perfect but I think I try to go out of my way for peeps if I can, be a good person and try not to let my insecurities get out of hand.. but not everyone can live by these principles and find myself getting hurt by comments or actions that by themselves I could get over within 5 mins but accumulated are huge!! This is what is dragging round my neck at the moment..I wish I could just forget about it, believe that I shouldn't have to change myself but then on the other hand they can't all be wrong?
ANYWAY!! I'm waffling now and sorry if that all made no sense but sometimes its best to get it out..all helps the healing process! So the following slogan is a simple but very British and effective rule to live by you cant escape it now it's everywhere!!!...this is a digital art version that I have designed...Rusty and shabby just the way I like it!!!
And this is my take on the slogan for all you crafters out there! Feel free to use the images for personal use as long as I'm credited for it x
So here's where I'm blessed, my Little sis trained in beauty therapy so as she is one of my best friends and saw I was feeling down, she decided to come round to my house and pamper me!! Hair cut and Coloured, eyebrows waxed and shaped and a facial later and voila!!
A new Annie!! My 4 yr old son Aidan took this photo whilst trying to make me laugh !! We also took this one of us...when I asked why he closed his eyes...he replied, well you are supposed to kiss with your eyes closed!!! Out of the mouth of babes!!
this poem I found a couple of years ago from where...I just can't remember...I saved it to show a friend who wasn't feeling confident about her crafts and whether she should get a 'real' job!! I wish I could credit the author as I love the words but thought I would share it and maybe someone reading can clear up the mystery! Thanks for 'listening', will show you some of my Mum's sewing pretties on my next hopefully 'fluffier' post!!