Last night we returned from France where we had a fabulous time.
The first few days were cloudy, but it gave John and me a chance to get on with cutting the hedges and grass and lots of other jobs to do.
As you can see it did me so much good, I swam every day and we walked the beach with George early evening. I put on a bit of weight too, all that french bread paté and cheese and the occasional small glass of wine!
Today we met up with the oncologist after 8 weeks of no treatment and Wednesday I am starting a new tablet based trial drug. Let's hope it works. In France my hair started growing again, it looks a bit like a 5 o'clock shadow, but it is there and might grow even more. I don't have such a shock when I look in the mirror now. In the picture I'n wearing a lovely comfy and very natural wig.
I've also been working on texts for labels and a bit of editorial for the catalogue that accompanies our
'Concealed' exhibition at the Festival of Quilts. I will try and be there if I'm feeling OK.
Here is a sneak preview of my Pieces of Positivy.
They are all made of recycled quilts, cut into squares and rollered with white emulsion.
Of course they look better in real life, so do come and visit the
Art Textiles Made in Britain gallery.
The catalogue will be for sale at @7.50 as well as my journal books, a special show offer of only £10 for all three.
Will be back soon with more news.