Sunday, 24 February 2013

Mini New Yorker....Spring New Shoots....

I started to think about decorating and what else I could do to our house after going to a friends and feeling slightly desperate to get everything finished. I have fixed the curtain rail and put up some ceramic rose hooks. So now I think I am going to put some new art work...... may be some of my photos as I now have my lovely mac back with photoshop on it which I have been wining about for years since I thought I had lost all pictures after I broke my Mac power cable.

Now that Spring is on its way and the winter cob webs have blown away,I felt I needed to look at my colour scheme for our living room is duck egg blue but I want to thrown in some splashes of royal blue and turquoise (which happens to be my favourite colour right now)
Maybe this picture to replace the "Granada-Alhambra Palace" that I painted a few years ago as I think it goes really well the colour scheme. It's so fresh and with having the winter blues and the threat of snow at the weekend it gives me great comfort those beautiful blues and great greens that spring is not far away. When the last of the snow covers the old fallen leaves  and the spring shoots start to appear with there vibrant flashes and greens......a little glimmer of hope that there is a new beginning. Spring is a lovely time of year when you see things started to come back to life after baring the cold winter months. The air feels crisp and fresh and with that comes the yearly spring clean.

For me this year is a bit more about looking after what is important to me and to enjoy my self. With having an illness the winter felt like the fog that been surrounding my feelings about my diagnoses. With some good news from the hospital the fog cleared and those little shoots of hope have once again given me the sign that a fresh start (in regards to my health) maybe in order.

I can now go back to work and they doctors have given me to all clear to try for a baby when we are ready. But the best news is that I won't need a transplant for the time being. I am so pleased although in the back of my mind I still feel like a ticking time bomb in regards to health when will my kidneys fail again, it's only a matter of time.

Any way I'm going to