During half-term - which was a really long time ago... - I had the chance to go for a few walks all by myself! My favorite place is along the canal - a substitute to the archipelago of Gothenburg that I miss so much. Water is what my soul needs - comes rain, comes shine.
Another walk is across fields and into the woods.
(Holly that gave me a pre-taste of Christmas.)
A few things have been produced as well. Here are a couple of 'Heavy Babies' that have found new homes in kindergartens in Cambridge and Kings Langley as a 'thank you' for welcoming me to visit them. Another little one was also donated to the Winter Fair at the kindergarten where I work. All this was possible thanks to my lovely cousin M who sent me a whole load of velour fabric. Thank you so much!
As my son Elliot learns knitting now in Class 1 in Kings Langley, Zak must of course also show off his talent...
Winter hats for the boys using this WONDERFUL pattern.
...and finally of this belated and rather long post - a Nativity Scene I made and donated to the Advent Fair at our Steiner School in Kings Langley. It was very appreciated and I was very pleased that it went to a family in my son's Class 1.