Welcome back everyone. What a horrendous week it’s been with the terrorist attack in Manchester. I spent yesterday crying. Most of my family live in the city and my cousins nearly attended the concert.
There are no words to aptly describe how senseless and vile the events were.
I cannot stop thinking of the children and adults’ lives taken and their families. I am so deeply sorry.
Red Cross have this appeal live if you would like to consider donating HERE.
…This week I’ve linked up a long weekend to treasure at Center Parcs who invited us to spend time at their Sherwood Forest branch. It was the first time we’ve stayed there and it was truly magical. So much so, I’d like to live in a forest. Just putting it out there to the universe.
You can read all about it HERE (it’s not just for family breaks either, there’s something for everyone).
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Most of all, go forth and enjoy the pleasure of sharing your art with one another and the world, relishing in the content you see, feeling inspired by others.
This world needs love, understanding, and the arts as both a form of therapy and a provider of strength.
The poem This is the Place by Tony Walsh at the vigil in Manchester yesterday, is testimony to that.
Keep blogging and sharing your feelings, not just here of course but on all of your channels and others’ linkies too.
I look forward to seeing your work,
With love and peace,
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