Friday, 11 November 2011

just one minute

This is me today.
And this is where I held my minute of silence.
I have rsi in my wrist which is a pain
when there is sewing to be done,
but I can't complain really,
not today.

19 comments:

Serenata said...

Take care with that Wrist Clare and loved you showing where you held your one minute of silence...lovely.

**Anne** said...

I love what you have on your crafting table, a perfect place for a minute of silence.
I hope your wrist is better soon.
Anne xx

hippyhat said...

What a delightful sight, all those works in progress, so colourful and nostalgic. And a meaningful moment. I wasn't home alone today but out observing and sharing in a very different but also meaningful experience. Going home tomorrow and getting quite encouraged to get back to some stitching and creating too! Hope your wrist mends soon :)
Hugs
pamela xxx

Simone said...

Wonderful workspace. I stood at the side of the street to observe the silence as cars and people noisely made there way up and down the high street oblivious of the time or the day. Through the window of the Nationwide I watched as the staff stood silently to pay their respects. (Hope your RSI gets better)x

Lyn said...

oh I spy Christmas stuff!
xxx

atthelighthousequilting said...

oooooh that looks like fun!!! I spent last week end making Christmas angels..Very nice !

VintageVicki said...

Looks a lovely space to stop and pause :)

Be careful with your wrist - I had RSI problems years ago when I worked in a office - blame the old manual typewriter.

greenrabbitdesigns said...

You're looking very industrious!
Doesn't matter where we are or what we're doing so long as we remember.
Hope the wrist heals soon.
Vivienne x

Victoria said...

Lovely crochet stars!
I hope your wrist gets better soon - I suffer from something similar so I know what a pain it can be (in both senses of the word!) - but no, we can't complain really can we when we think what some people went through.

Lisa said...

I recognise that table! Just right for sitting round and chatting and crafting! Are you doing another fair?
Hope you feet have recovered from your shopping marathon. Take care of your wrist too.
Lisa xx

andamento said...

Wow, you've been busy. Puts my efforts so far to shame, but I'll be trying to cath up...

Claire said...

I stood a metre away from my crafting table to remember..............I wouldn't be game to post a pic of it though!!.

Sorry to hear you're suffering from RSI, certainly makes crafting difficult, I know...........Hope it settles down soon.

Love your crochet stars,

Claire :}

Conny's Cottage said...

Wooow thats amazing.
Great prtject.


hugs Conny

Diane said...

I had that once - its really painful! Did I see you on TV this morning? Your Paramedic Pal on Gok Wan was re run. xxxxxxxx

Dotty Peach said...

Your Christmas bits look lovely. I have managed 1 gingerbread man so far. Sorry about the RSI had it years ago and know it can be very debilitating, trouble is you need to rest which isn't always possible. Hope u feel better soon.

noelle said...

Wow, its all going on over at yours!! x

Mary said...

Ohhhh! This looks like some wonderful Christmas-y fun!!! I love, love, love these sweet little gingerbread guys :) I hope your wrist feels better.

quirky granola girl said...

that table looks like a LOT of crafting fun!

Pomona said...

I have similar problems - I am going to see a hand therapist tomorrow, so I hope that she can help me! What have you found that helps?

Pomona x