Hello....... here's the roundup from last month I love putting these mosaics together at then end of each month, it's a great way of looking back.
Due to starting some antivirals for my ME/Lyme disease April was quite a hard month for me, so not a awful lot of crafting got done, just finishing off some bits for the Woollen woods and a slight case of mandalitis. I enjoyed Easter with family and friend getting together.
April's picture is this little garden doodle, I did when 'L' was visiting over the school holidays, maybe next month I'll be well enough to get my paints out, the Bluebells and Wisteria are calling me for a spot of water colouring.
April out in the garden was stunning so much colour everywhere my favourite time of the year. This year so many plants are early, we had Roses, Daffs, Wisteria and Geraniums all out at the same time. I'm loving all the colour though.
The year in books:
I have to confess I am yet to finish Aprils book 'Hunting Unicorn' with a full on relapse and also my balance playing up, I've found it hard to read some days. Thankfully the vertigo seems to be settling down again, so I'm hoping to catch up.
As for the book, I'm finding it very slow and hard to get into, but maybe that's due to my relapse and poor concentration I'm not sure, but I'm going to persevere with it.
The book I've chosen for May is 'The voices of Angels' by Francesca Brown, this book was lent to me and it's not something I would normally read but I'm giving it a go with a open mind.
Well that's about it, sorry I've not been about so much, but I'm really struggling with my health at the moment with a full on relapse I'm stuck in bed again, so it back on the antibiotics for the Lyme disease. I did see a warning on our local news about a increase in ticks being found in Kent, so if you are in the UK please be aware that Lyme disease is a real threat in this country, be careful when walking in the country or even in you local park or back garden.
This disease is devastating lives and if you are unlucky enough to get infected, getting a diagnosis and treatment here in the UK on the NHS is very difficult, there was only one NHS centre specialising in Lyme Disease, in the whole country but it's has just been closed, oh joy.
This is a worldwide problem and so many are suffering and struggling to get appropriate treatment.
You can find out more about Lyme disease 'here'
Thanks for reading