Gosh, I love arrows.

Being the giant nerd that I am, it’s always a pleasure to attribute geeky themes to my knitting. The moment I saw the ravelry page for Red Katana my brain screamed: ARROWS. MAKE IT IN PURPLE. HAWKEYE!! and so I went and did exactly that. You can’t blame me really. It’s a wonderfully simple pattern that’s very easy to follow (as long as you can keep track of the colour changes) and I’m so in love I want to knit…

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Procrastination and apathy
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Procrastination and apathy

It’s the middle of April and I’m still not sure where all this time has gone. It feels like it was only last week I was getting excited for my trip to Scotland but now that’s happened and I’m feeling lost again. Scotland was the first ‘big thing’ to look forward to for this year but it’s just happened so quickly, I feel like it never happened at all. I have studying to do, events to plan, and a to-do…

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Cherry blossom
naturish

Cherry blossom

Spring is here and it brings me joy to see the cherry blossoms are in bloom again. The sun is setting about 8pm, the fields are being ploughed and daffodils are everywhere. It’s spring!

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The Highlands #3
Scotland

The Highlands #3

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The Highlands #2
Scotland

The Highlands #2

The Scottish highlands are a place I’ve longed to visit for many years. I’ve been to Edinburgh several times (I love that city) but I’ve always wanted to see the wilds of the mountains and lochs. Despite the dramatic changes in weather over the course of two full days (we drove up through Glencoe in misty but fairly dry weather and drove out of it in heavy snow) I was in complete awe over everything. May have even cried a…

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