Good morning-or-possibly-evening to you friends!
It’s been a busy week indeed, but there are tasks and chores gathering dust, emails that need answering, as well as the pleasures of visiting friends, and all the fun things I’m just not managing to do right now. It’s certainly not through a lack of enthusiasm. Simply, my pilot light is burning low.
I’ve been struggling with my health and energy levels of late; grappling with a bone-deep exhaustion that won’t budge. And I’ve been stubborn about admitting to myself, and to others, just how much I’m struggling.
I do miss connecting here, and visiting others in their virtual homes. In the spirit of connection though, I offer you some Friday linkies…
The film, Loving Vincent, looks extraordinary. Here’s the trailer.
Litttle Bits, Historical Apothecary on Etsy. With a passion for history and costume, Litttle Bits reproduce exact historical recipes for cosmetics and healing salves using organic, plant-based ingredients. I love the 18th Century cosmetics. I love it all.
This young New Zealand woman was 18 when she built this beautiful tiny house.
Real Witches See Possibilities, by Asia of One Willow Apothecaries.
New Order’s “Blue Monday” played with 1930’s instruments, by Orkestra Obsolete.
May you walk in beauty, and I hope your weekend is merry and kind. xx