Arts & Crafts& food

The Weekend Quilter by Rosemary Wilkinson

I wanted to write this post with proof of my use of it. I found the instructions in the book so straightforward that I wanted to deploy them, make an actual quilt, pose it appropriately and then take pictures. Then winter was coming to an end, and I convinced myself that I would work on… Continue reading The Weekend Quilter by Rosemary Wilkinson

Drama

The Legacy of Mr Jarvis by Jude Hayland

I was surprised by my reaction to this book by the end because of multiple reasons. The predominant factor is that there was no mystery in the content. In the very first chapter, our narrator, Mary, is having a conversation with her mother, who is suffering from Alzheimer's and irritates Mary by mentioning one name.… Continue reading The Legacy of Mr Jarvis by Jude Hayland