Meanwhile I've been getting used to balancing my time between home and work again, taking things very slowly. So far so good. Some lovely readers have asked how my pain is - well, it's still there, less prevalent, but still there. I loop around in my mind whether there is less pain or whether I have become adept at dealing with the pain. Still no conclusion but it's not getting me down like it used to. I am taking steps every day to work through it and one day, I believe it will go. I do believe that.
Tonight calls for Friday night curry and traditional family times snuggled in front of the fire. I am relishing life right now; I feel like everything has happened this way for a reason and rather than question it, I am trying to just accept it; enjoy it, take it for what it is...
|...'the godfather' by Louise Dungate...maker of luxe knitwear|
|via inspire me|
|...twice this week, at the farthest point from home when dog walking, I've been caught in the rain...|
|via the cambridge satchel company|
|Kirsten Scott Thomas|
|via crush cul de sac|
Have a cosy time this weekend!