Friday, March 13, 2009

HW {part 7}...


I have so enjoyed watching my Hyacinths bloom...this shall be the last batch of photos, though - as they have gone over now...the bloom quickly, and wither just as fast...{but that's okay - my Mum brought me a lovely bunch of daffodils the other day to keep Spring in the flat!}...I shall let them dry off, and keep the bulbs safe for next year...

I will likely have some more drawings however - maybe even some patterns...and of course, the necklaces! So HW is not quite over just yet ;). This week has run away from me very quickly...so I haven't quite gotten on top of that the way I had planned...but, the weekend and next week, should afford me some catching up time for sure...

Oh...and a lovely wee bit of press, too. My anemone cluster necklace in this months issue of Lucky Magazine, USA. *grin* 

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This song - Kandi {by one eskimo} is really good, but it's the Candi Staton sample that makes it great...

...after sending that link along, Mister Bell pointed me to this amazing track from Mint Royale...and it is haunting me. I've had it on repeat constantly for the last day... *wow*.

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...happy Friday, all.
Have a great weekend... xoxo!

6 comments:

lisa s said...

they do live fast and die hard, huh?

so excited about your press!

L'Atelier said...

congrats on the press!

looking forward to more HW, can't wait to see what you doing with it!!

Sandra Wilson said...

Good to see your work getting the publicity it deserves. Thought I would let you know too that I have started my own blog. sandracwilson.blogspot.com have given your blog a mention on my page :-)

Shelley said...

congratulations on the Lucky magazine feature! i love your work, i'm happy to see you getting some press in the US!

Janet said...

congrats on the feature. Why can't I find white hyacinths anywhere, they are my favourite x

fiveflowers said...

Congrats on the Lucky Feature! When I saw your name, I was so excited... I have been reading your blog for a long time, and I thought I would de-lurk to say hello!