last night i was invited for a knitting evening at my neighbours down the road, they have the most gorgeous historical home, in fact the first time Julie invited me in my eyes filled up with tears as i expressed to her how lovely it was, not to mention the landscaping simple perfect.
I walked down with chocolate strawberries in tow, a little parcel of seeds to thank julie fro always be so kind to me. Julie created a beautiful spread of vegetarian fair, i was in heaven. we sat at the antiques table and chatted away, we covered so many subjects, it was truly a girls talk evening. they asked me about my new home and i shared what i could without upsetting my present landlord who was there too. we had belly laughs galore, and i without a doubt was the most talkative of the evening, part nerves part grateful to be having such an evening and finally part knowing that this would be the last time i would be sitting there. I was grateful for such an evening, a nice way to end my stay in exeter.
* i have chosen these photographs because if i had to be honest today i would tell you that not everybody wishes k and i happiness, in-fact they continual go out of their way to send us not kind emails. It takes me to long of time to realize that people will not change, i always believe they will( why is it always the people you do so much for) but the price for waiting for such change is high for me. my friends remind me that change does not always come to all, that some people do not know how to truly wish others happiness, but instead want to control and break you down so that somehow they can achieve their own happiness, all i can say to this is, is it working for you. I have to believe that our karma has been good to have been gifted such a dream of a place and a new beggining and that i will not take it for granted. I wish those who are not being kind to us all the best in the world, that you may too find peace and happiness but realize such things do not come from making others look bad but seeking out the good in people. these photographs made me smile through tears and reminded me that some people throw dirt to clean themselves and how i simply must learn to brush that dirt off, because it does not belong to us.