Hello all! I hope you are keeping well in these difficult times…
As you can see, this morning I was met with a beautiful sunrise!
I would also like to take this opportunity of introducing to you one of my favourite blogs that I follow, written by a talented lady who lives in beautiful Yorkshire: https://lisafeatherstone.co.uk/ .
The posts are very articulate, well-written and enlightening, with topics ranging from hand-knit designs, birds, books, plants and thoughts (wellbeing, drawing and accessibility). There’s also a quiz on Fridays which not only serves as a mental gymnasium but is sure to test and increase your general knowledge too. In short, there is something there for everyone!
Oh — and if you wish to view Lisa’s hand-crafted delights on Etsy, you can see them here: https://www.etsy.com/es/shop/LisaFeatherDesign. You can also follow Lisa on instagram at https://www.instagram.com/lisa.featherstone
Happy interesting reading!
But to finish with, I’d like to include a poem that celebrates the early morning:
DAWN by Ella Wheeler Wilcox (1850-1919, Wisconsin, America)
Day’s sweetest moments are at dawn;
Refreshed by his long sleep, the Light
Kisses the languid lips of Night,
Ere she can rise and hasten on.
All glowing from his dreamless rest
He holds her closely to his breast,
Warm lip to lip and limb to limb,
Until she dies for love of him.
Thank you for visiting — stay well! xxx