Nothing much to say…

Hello lovely followers and visitors,

I feel it’s been a while since I last posted and I thought it is better to post something as it would be so easy to let time just slip by, creating a situation where it becomes increasingly more difficult to write anything.

So here I am with nothing much  to say but wanting to connect with you all the same 🙂

I’m constantly spinning fibre to almost the exclusion of all other activity. My loom is feeling neglected, poor thing. I’m am very pleased with the yarn I am producing. I’ll provide images in another post. Promise.

I’ve started a new medication and it’s taking time to get used to it and to feel the benefits of it. I’ve also started to use Rescue Remedy and aconite and I am finding them helpful in reducing my autism associated anxiety. My G.P. recommended I try them.

It’s a lovely sunny day here in West Somerset. I think I’ll publish this and go for a walk around my garden before I allow myself to spin again. I’ll see you again soon.

Much love, Tracey xx

 

 

 

Author: yarnandpencil

I'm a Christian on the autistic spectrum blogging about life and my art/craft practice.

6 thoughts on “Nothing much to say…”

  1. Love to you too 🙂 I hope you start to feel the benefits of the medication soon, it can be a bumpy road at first can’t it, as it gets into your system. Rescue Remedy I’ve found really helpful, and generally, just be gentle with yourself xxx

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  2. Glad you are enjoying spinning and that it is a lovely sunny day where you are. I always try to make the most of fine weather when it’s time for a break. Would love to see photos of your finished yarn.

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