April and into May – catch up time.

The new moon came followed by Easter, visits to members of my family. Deer eat the roses at my eldest son’s cottage and rooks nest near my youngest son’s house.

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This is the  magical bluebell woods near my eldest son and daughter in law’s cottage.

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I loved doing a show and tell poetry session at The Keep in Brighton using art work and part of my family archive. It was the culmination of a short course in creative writing.

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Today it was the anniversary lunch in London to celebrate 125 years of  SWWJ-
The Society of Woman Writers and Journalists with president Baroness Floella Benjamin and Speaker Kate Mosse. Wonderful company amazing food and a brilliant goodie bag to take home.

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Time to meet old friends and make some new ones!

 

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My favourite part of Ashdown Forest, hoping against hope that it was not this part that was burned to the ground last week!

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Back to painting on Sunday – with further experiments with portraits in oil with Milo Hartnoll. Have not painted in oil for years and never attempted portraits so enjoying the challenge.

 

 

 

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