Home from the Show

The weather was not very kind to us today but the Show went on, as always. Personal fortunes were mixed, as normal, and there were the usual “interesting” judging decisions to keep us entertained and in discussion for some weeks to come – this year they fell more in my favour than against.

I had some amazing feedback and I need time to digest it as it does not fit with my self-perceptions.

Unfortunately, I came home feeling extremely unwell, so I shall not be at the prize-giving tonight (just on my way to bed) – suffering some very unpleasant dizzy spells and nausea. I shall update the swings and roundabouts in a day or two and there will be photographs of both highs and lows. I can take the rough with the smooth…

I think

So long as the swings stop soon, that is.

🙂

 

See you soon – my bed is calling me.

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2 Comments

  1. Lorna
    August 6, 2011
    Reply

    Hope you feel better soon.

  2. Susan aka paintermom
    August 9, 2011
    Reply

    Feel better soon. Stop by the Shed for some tea and sympathy, if you need.

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