Hygge is about intentional living. Those of you know me, know I like to cook and eat. This year our garden produce has enabled me to intentionally connect with it’s yield. I have been more mindful during kitchen preparation, cooking, and eating and it’s meant so much more.
It has been a while since I have posted and of course we have all been in lockdown and life has been unusual. During this time I’ve been through a whole range of thought processes which I won’t bore you with, but the ability to connect with friends and colleagues has made it easier to…
One thing I have noticed more during the last year of lockdowns is the bird noise and activity. I can’t make up my mind whether it’s as a result of there being less traffic noise, better air quality, that I’ve been able to just sit and listen more outside work hours, or a combination of…
“Hot-cross buns!” BY MOTHER GOOSE Hot-cross buns! Hot-cross buns! One a penny, two a penny, Hot-cross buns! If you have no daughters, Give them to your sons; One a penny, two a penny, Hot-cross buns! Or, better still, I say keep them and eat them yourself!!
As Winter wreath decorations go, this one is my last and favourite. It’s the epitome of Hygge. Enough said apart from I hope you enjoy my pattern.
Thank you for joining the Spring KAL. Thank you also to the knitters of the Winter KAL whom I asked to send me their favourite Spring words. They sent me lots and I’ve use them as my inspiration for the next 20 days of projects.