A little poem for you today from Skye Blue house 💙

Published by lizatthebeachhut

Artist and maker, bringer of creativity, positivity and a safe and inspiring environment, enabling makers to develop their creativity and confidence. Overcoming the challenge of disability and challenges to encourage others to grow and develop through art and craft in a safe and nurturing space. Love Art, Love Liz at the Beach Hut XXX

6 thoughts on “Cave

  1. Wonderfully appropriate for me…
    I can relate to all you said
    And sometimes, when it’s all to much,
    I just go back to bed… G x

    The last line was just because it rhymed!!
    Although I have felt like doing that more than once. However today I have “found” two tops I bought ages ago & haven’t yet worn, for my sons to gift me on my Birthday! I will now endeavour to part with two or more older items to help my wardrobe breathe again.
    Happy recycling, sorting, de cluttering – or whatever you wish to call it. I know it’ll take a while… forever… wish me luck?

    Love & special thoughts to you & L & the menagerie

    G xxxxxxxxxx

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    1. Thankyou !! And thankyou for the poem too! Oh the joy of gifting your own presents! I am something of an expert on that now , and the good thing is my memory is bad so I forgot what I have squirrelled away between now and next Christmas ! 🙂

  2. I love this Liz, it made me chuckle. You love your stuff and make it look so good , every corner of sky blue cottage is a treasure trove! Moving abroad is one way of decluttering, no other option and our house is so small , that not much more will fit in! Your treasures however don’t seem like clutter!

    1. That is the a very nice thing to hear! I do think there are ways of managing things that work better than others. And look forward to more opportunities to create interesting rooms and outbuildings . What I’d like more than anything is a self cleaning pre teens room………But if I had that Id make a fortune :)x

  3. I wish! The problem we have, is Bear eats anything below head height (ours, not his) and includes socks, scrunchies, books, phone cables, pencils, soft toys, the contents of a teenagers room basically, not to say anything of the cheese strings, cereal bar wrappers, especially with a heavenly bit left, chocolate ( yes- she has been told how BAD that is…. ) It’s a full time job..:) xx

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