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Day 275 - Walk Wish

I’ve hit that wall… That time when winter is digging its heels in and refusing to give way to spring and everything remains steadfastly grey… I need some colour! Some fresh, vibrant, new dawn, new birth, joyous new season colour.

I want to take a walk along a path like this and feast my eyes and feed my soul with all its glorious purpleness.

In the meantime, perhaps you can send me some purple to keep me going?

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Day 266 - Purple Puddles

It’s been a wet and soggy day and the world has looked more than a little grey.
It always seems more difficult to find the positives on a grey day.
But there have been little moments. A young busker, singing in the rain, with an absolutely fabulous voice made me stop and listen a while.
I have food in the oven that hasn’t been prepared by me, and a chilled glass of good wine.
And I have people in my life that make me smile. Some make me smile without even trying. Some make me smile because they try.

And this picture of purple puddles made me smile too. Little moments on a grey day…

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Day 195 - Art V Life

Purple paint on the foot of a small child… Instant art attack.

Grown-up daughter stepping in plate of Chinese food she’d left on the floor… Instant laugh attack.

Both messy!

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Day 91 - Soul Food

I’ve been listening to lots of my favourite music this evening, and finding myself tumbling back to those places, spaces and moments in time.
Soul food indeed… Feed me.

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Day 73 - Bournemouth Beckons!

It’s nearly time for me to head off to Bournemouth for yet another weekend of dancing and mayhem!

I’m looking forward to purple beach huts, delicious food, divine music, posh frocks and finery, dancing til daybreak and spending time with the best bunch of Blues-loving dance addicts you could ever hope to find…

And the even better best bit… Mummy Wendy will be there too, which means I get extra-spoiled!!!

Yep… It’s tough being me… 😉

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