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Thursday, 28 March 2013

Hello, anyone there

 Will you forgive me I have been away for so long, losing my mojo, work and life have kept me away, yesterday I sorted my office and moved my toy shop and kitchen, I have placed the kitchen above the toy shop, they were never made to be a pair.
Looking through my shop window an the near perfect little toys, 
a window for boys,
 another for girls, such wonderful little world, 
waiting for the children to visit and take them home. 
So much has happened since I last blogged, I came to realise, if I were to finish Somerset House it would be to complete the task rather than for love, creating the main body of the house was my passion, and I had done that to a level I was so very proud of. Plus the task had been going for almost 8 years, so I made the decision to dismantle it. I have packed all the tiny accessories away, they will come out again, I have saved the special bits of furniture I so love. I will have an e-bay moment to sell on loads and probably a give away on here, but the house is gone.

Fliss has a two story small house I can have if I wish, and I have enough walls, windows and doors to make at least 3 room boxes. I have ideas, a library, a modern apartment, a church. I want to make as much as I can and use some of the stunning items I have, I will put loads on a section frame, behind glass.

I have been working on a book, it's only for me, I have taken pictures from my blog and put them into a book, a record of my achievement, I hope to have it printed soon.

6 comments:

  1. Cuantos proyectos maravillosos!!! me encantará verlos!!!

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  2. Hi Marlene
    Great to hear from you. I know what you mean - sometimes a break isn't always a good thing, especially if you come back to a project with more dread than desire!
    Good luck with all the decisions, and the book!
    Go with your heart and the rest will fall into place.
    Simon

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  3. If you have achieved to a level you are happy with and are no longer in love with the property, it must be the right decision.
    I'll look forward to seeing what you do with your bits and pieces. :)

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  4. Good luck with your ideas!
    I like the shop.
    Greetings, Faby

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  5. It's nice to see you back here albeit minus Somerset house. If your heart's no longer in it, it's as well to move on and it sounds as though you have loads of ideas.

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  6. I love your toy shop and kitchen. I felt the same way about Holly House and in the end I made the right decision about it. I seem to enjoy doing smaller projects at the moment. Your book sounds exciting :)

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