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Tuesday, 16 June 2009



Take strength from those around you, be brave and it will all come together for you.

By the way, lovely yarn, to sooth the soul.



good luck with whatever the stars have in stall for you me dear, be brave:)

emma lamb

just a wee note to let you know i've awarded you the 'One Lovely Blog Award' for newly discovered blogs...

good luck with your decision, in your heart of hearts i'm sure you know what is the right thing to do... and maybe sometimes you have to make your own wings... :)

good luck,


Best wishes with your soaring!


beautiful post martine xx


i'm hoping the wings are on their way. :)
[i'm wishing them to you now...]

Ellie - Petalplum

Your wings are there, sorry to sound cliche but Mr GreenOlive won't let you fall, it seems like he's helping you and holding you. The wings of a man who loves you and believes in you are strong enough to carry both of you.

I'm sorry to hear you're feeling down. I do hope things turn around for you; that you move through the obstacles and work out whats right for you.

I am glad that you found some delicious yarn, and that you are appreciating the little things in life, and smiling despite everything else.

Thinking of you. xxx


Sorry you've been having a tough time recently. Hope that whatever the thing is that you need to do, those wings serve you well :-)


I'm sorry to hear you've been having a struggle lately Martine! Sounds like you are facing what I faced in May/June last year (see my blog). I jumped off that cliff, and there were wings, but I had to trust they would be there when I needed them to be. There were always doubts, but the cliff jumping would have to be one of the best decisions I've ever made, and my only regret now is that I didn't make more of that opportunity and allowed self doubt to creep in.

Seriously, feel free to email me if you need a board to sound off.

The yarn is beautiful! Do you have something to make it into? Or are you just going to admire it's general smooshiness in the ball?

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