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The journal tells of a harsher winter than those we experience here in the UK, and certainly Cornwall, but it's a beautifully written narrative, and if you enjoy nature, the seasons and gardening I think you would love it.
Continuing with a wintery theme, I found these bookmarks hidden in a pile of papers. I made them from recycling a magazine page. I like the way the perspective is changed when the image is divided up and the order changed.
You can never have too many bookmarks, either. I can't bear turning down the corners of the pages. I just can't bring myself to do it. I find moo cards also make great little bookmarks!
For a spot of winter green, a bunch of flat leaf parsley picked up at my local W.I. market. I like having this on the kitchen windowsill as much as a bunch of daffs, and I get to eat it too. Actually I'm rather partial to eating fresh parsley on its own. Does that make me a bit odd?
Wishing you all a happy weekend!