Saturday, 11 August 2012

Peering round the curtain


She steps out nervously, makes an awkward bob, and says thank you most kindly for the enquiries after her health and wellbeing; she is most touched by the good wishes and might even be tempted back onto the public stage if she can grab time by the forelock and stop rollicking with sailors, consorting with ploughboys, and making resolutions to scrub the floor more often.



A happy present


And in the meantime, here is a picture, a happy picture, of a present, for we all love presents and happy. In fact, it is a Ruched Happy Bag, made by her own fair hands, assisted by expert instructions from the talented Amy.

So happy, happy to all.

She slips behind the curtain once more. Perhaps she may return . . .






29 comments:

Annie @ knitsofacto said...

I wish she would, we miss her x

Nice bag m'dear :D

harmony and rosie said...

Please do x

Mrs Pixie said...

Lovely bag :)

marigold jam said...

I wondered what had happened to you - do hope you will put in an occasional appearance as you are missed.

greenrabbitdesigns said...

Hope you peek out again! :)
Vivienne x

menopausalmusing said...

"Rollicking with Sailors"??? You have ROLLICKED!!?? Come on out from behind those curtains.....

Pipany said...

She's better! Missed your posts lovely and would love to see more xx

andrea creates said...

yes,we do~hope you are well :)

very cute bag!!

Karen L R said...

i love what what menopausalmusings wrote!

yes, dear pomona, please do come back whenever you can.

xoxo

Frances said...

What a lovely surprise to see a certain Pomoma slipping in to say hello!

You certainly have been missed you. Hoping that you might venture back here again sometime soon.

Best wishes...xo

Susan Standen said...

Missed you and would love for you to return - but must say only do it if it is right for you. Only you know.

ted and bunny said...

oooo!! ooo! oo oooooooooooooooooooh...she's gone again.....

Kay G. said...

Lucky sailors and ploughboys!
You are too funny and talented to not blog, hope to hear more soon!
Love,
Kay

Barbara said...

Missed you - what more can I say!

Shocking Hocking said...

how lovely to read your musings again - I do believe I have missed them - lovely present you've made - do hope you step out from behind the curtains a little more often :) .....but only if you want to......

dragonfly said...

Oh do come back, I've missed you too x

Christiane said...

I'm so glad to hear from you again ! You are the perfect English countrywoman I dream to be (not easy for a French urban mom...) and I hope you will be back soon !
Love from France (Toulouse)

Christiane

Amy Friend said...

So glad to hear from you again today :) I dare say that is the prettiest Ruched Happy Bag I have seen to date! What gorgeous fabrics and you did a great job!

Nicky said...

Come back out again please - have missed you enormously! No-one writes posts like you do..

Katy Cameron said...

For the love of god woman, don't scrub the floor more, who has time for that?! You may have to carry on rollicking though...

Susan McShannon-Monteith said...

Happy to read that all is well and if you may be tempted to share your tales with us we shall await your return.
Susan x

Lindy in Brisbane said...

Great to see you back again!

eight by six said...

Fantastic blog, hope to see more of you when you are ready, I miss your updates. Amanda x

Greedy Nan said...

I'm with Ted and Bunny - couldn't have put it better.

Gina said...

ooooh! Rollicking with sailors and consorting with ploughboys... no wonder you've no time to blog! Good to see you peeping your head round though!

Indigo Blue said...

I think that a curtain to hide behind is needed. But do give it a twitch every now and then to let us know how you are.
xx

Katherine said...

Oh, so lovely to see you (and am admiring that gorgeous bag)! Do hope you'll be back. Miss you.

Mrs. Micawber said...

And I thought it was "taking time by the fetlock". :)

So glad to know you're alive and sewing! What a beautiful bag.

Isisjem said...

Welcome back! Have missed you. Of course I can understand if you decide that rollicking with sailors is reason enough to stay away. But please don't stay away if it's just to scrub floors. Not nearly as much fun!

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