A look at what interests me and keeps me sane in rural Powys.
Your pared-down phrasing is a springboard to mind-pictures---and I hope its indicative of a restful time after the drawn-out labors of putting the house in order for a buyer.The puttery garden jobs are especially centering and a good time to simply absorb sounds and scents and something I can only explain as the sense of one's own particular corner of the world, sheltered within the much larger "outside."
I think I would enjoy doing some of these activities too. Hello from California.
Well I've not b very peaceful); just had a long harangue on why oil rigs should NOT be in the Arctic on a forum elsewhere, must get back to my spinning. It does feel like autumn though, seed gathering and making jam this morning...Perhaps we should all try to reduce our lives to a hundred written words a day..
MM - I must confess, I have been working but also giving myself time off in the middle of bits of hard work. It is BLISS to be able to sit down and relax, especially with a book! My garden parameter is all I need at the moment.Welcome Terra. Hope you'll be back.Thelma - ah, forums can be like that! I need to do some spinning too, as K is moaning about me having more fleeces than I am likely to use! With the sunshine though, I am inclined to work outside.