A week of firsts

Its been a busy ‘ole week here in Glittering Shards land. We have had dear friends visiting all week and this weekend too.

I have finished another mosaic piece for an exhibition – will post pics in the week – and have started on a beautiful, delicate commission for a 40th wedding anniversary.

Workshops continue apace – 3 a week at the moment – with students (all beginners) launching into some pretty exciting projects.

I am also in full preparation mode for 2 more community art projects which I am really looking forward to.

In the midst of all this activity, a week of firsts:

…the first day of going out without a coat or jacket
…the first opportunity to hang the washing out to dry…

… our first day back at our lovely community farm after the winter break and the first lawn mow of the year. Oh the smell. Bliss. Yup, spring has definitely sprung in London town. Blossoms are out in full force. I feel like sitting under the candy pink blossom in our neighbour’s garden for hours just to take it all in before it goes (which it does all too quickly).


To round it all off, I am now into week 4 of the 30 day vegan workshop and doing great. Have got  the whole family drinking green smoothies – we are bouncing full of sunshine and happy vitamins! Hope sunshine and goodness is reaching you too.

6 Responses to “A week of firsts”

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  1. Creating Trouble says:

    Hurray for the spring time! It's been so nice wandering the streets of London this week with such gorgeous weather. Looking forward to seeing some of your exhibition pics soon!

  2. Alison says:

    Have to say the London weather has been brilliant this week and seeing the blossoms and the daffodils in the sunshine is incredibly uplifting! Take care. Ali

  3. Concetta says:

    Ah, yes another good thing about living in London is spring seems to come earlier! Will post exhibition pics in the week. Thank you both and enjoy the sunshine!

  4. Louise Gale "Dream-Inspire-Create" says:

    Oooo looks like Spring is sprung in the UK, so lovely to see the blossoms, we are almost there here in NYC – got more snow last week so the little flowers went back under for hibernation!! Your workshops sounds so amazing, i really wish i was there so i could take one with you. Happy Spring Xx

  5. Concetta says:

    Thanks Louise 🙂 Maybe one day eh? Sending sunshine your way x

  6. Amelia says:

    well done you! So many good things. I've just emerged from the art residency, tired with so much to process as well as handling family trauma in the midst too. But we are muddling through. Am now catching up with myself and blog land!!

    Amelia.x

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