It’s coming up to the anniversary of my blog ‘Racing Lines’ – My first post was made on 7th July 2012… Just text and no images to try WordPress and see what I could do. In seven years, the blog has taken me to lots of places and I’ve met some lovely people and made friends – It’s been a great adventure – just with my pens, watercolours and pastels – and my laptop. Today, I discovered that the number of people following ‘Racing Lines’ has risen to 3,000, which I find quite incredible. WordPress tells me that there have…
To everyone who came along over the weekend to visit artists in the Harborough Artists Cluster Open Studios Trail, thank you for your wonderful support. I was delighted to show my work alongside Marion Holden and Derek Brittan in Great Bowden. Two excellent artists and great friends! We had over 100 visitors on the two days and made good sales. The weather was perfect and it was lovely to see old friends and new! Looking forward to seeing you again soon 🙂
Nothing like a Viennese waltz to start the New Year… happy dancing 🙂
Wishing you the best for the year to come – have fun, health and happiness!
Hope you have twelve days packed with happiness, peace and lots of fun and games…like this lot! Click on the image a few times to enlarge it and you’ll see everyone! xx
The autumn is coming to a close – in parts of the UK, the winter has begun even… Here in Leicestershire, it’s all gone a bit dark and gloomy, damp and murky… So to cheer up a bit, here’s a reminder of the Tour de France, and one of my favourite subjects, a lovely long peloton following a lovely winding road – all sunshine, trees and peace, what could be better? Have a good weekend, and if you have sunshine and your bike, go out enjoy them while you can! 🙂 Click on the image to see full details…
“When you go home, tell them of us and say, For their tomorrow, we gave our today” John Maxwell Edmonds (1875 -1958)