'ordinary people doing extraordinary things are the stars'
I hear stories and witness actions when on the move to Dundee, at bus stops, in cafes, when swimming, engaging in online social networks, of folk who are doing their best for others, family, friends and strangers, and it is inspiring, encouraging and hopeful.
They are going the extra mile because they care and it makes the world a brighter place for all of us.
View from our front door this morning, the last day of January, upon setting off for the 94 bus at Springfield Rail Station. Of the crescent moon with Venus on the left and a smaller Jupiter on the right.
'knitting, sewing, chillin ...' (written on x54 from Dundee back to Cupar)
I fair enjoy knittin on these wintry days and nights, at home and out 'n' about on travels, keeping fit, engagin wi like minds. Also sewing, recently getting the Singer out to alter and adapt skirts I'd bought from charity shops plus another handmade skirt from some green cord material purchased Remnant Kings Glasgow back in 2015.
|Sock heel turned|
|Dressmaking table on Sunday past|
|Aran gilet completed|
|Tartan material panel added to denim skirt back seam|
|Today in V&A Dundee. Grey DK wool to knit a jumper ..|
|Today wee bit sock knit in V&A. Drifter DK Maryland shade 25% cotton mix.|
|my Mother's Singer Sewing Machine instruction booklet|