1 February 2010

Ever feel like...

...you're just *acting* at being one of the grown-ups?

I love to play, to be free in their world, to conspire with them, to eat cake instead of dinner and to create at LEAST as much mess as they do. I love to let myself stop worrying about this and that, and just go with the moment. I love to hold back from insisting that something needs to be put away *now* and join the game instead.

And I love to find notes from my friends hidden in my house long after they have left. Eric the sheep made it into our New Year Plans. I don't know when, but Sam, you crazy, thankyou for your gift of a smile.An affirmation that I can be a grown-up later. There is more than enough time for joy in the now.

8 comments:

  1. Hehe! And what a gorgeous pic of you and the Baby! So lovely and full of joy!

    Now where have I seen than cardi before... ;) Not sure if I remember seeing her in it before. It makes knitting so rewarding and worthwhile to see my things so loved! :) Would I be allowed to knick it and use it on my project page on Ravelry? Tis so gorgeous (the pic that is, I'm not boasting about my work! lol!)

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  2. It was such a nice picture I took several more of her in her lovely cardigan precisely so that I could send them to you. *grins*

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  3. :-) Lovely photos.. just before the little 'un was picked up we were singing songs and I was marching like the Old Grand Duke of York and doing lots of daft actions.. when I realised there was a group of people outside the window watching and grinning at me...

    Soooooooooooooo embarassed!

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  4. Listen to your heart and be.
    xx

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  5. *grins back with a contented smile*

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  6. I've just made it over for the first time in ooh ages - you remember life with a newborn :) Just a quicky to say I am sorry things are dark for you just now, and thinking about you. And ravelry *is* dangerous: you need to learn to knit! (I'm boogeek on there, add me as a friend so I can see your projects!)

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  7. Ah yes, I remember that feeling lol - lovely to "see" you again (does stalking you on FB count?)!

    I am kind of an all-or-nothing person so have gone from zero to obsessed in a week pretty much. I will have to wean myself off yarn eventually, but it's so exciting having projects again. And crafting = surviving for me. It's better than anti-depressants.

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  8. Why be a mother if you can't be a child as well? You shouldn't have to act like you're an adult, though I appreciate that sometimes it's difficult not to feel that you have to.
    Big hugs from us. (((({{}}))))

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