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July 09, 2014


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niki murray

I hope your early nights are doing the trick and you feel better soon, take care and try to get a relax at the weekend xx

Lavandula Rosemary

What a beautiful post. I was really ill once and unusually went to bed early. For some bizarre reason it is a good memory. It felt so good climbing into bed.


AAAAAAAAAAAawwwwwLucy sorry to hear you are not feeling too well. What with all that you have on your plate it is hardly surprising and hope a couple of early nights and some sunshine will re-charge your batteries. Take it easy lovely lady xx lots of love Joy xx


I hope you are feeling better really soon. Jude.x

Holly Bench

Feel better soon, I love clean bed sheets!! Your blog inspired me to start my own so thank you for the creativeness! Holly x


After being married for 45 years I can assure you the way to ensure good Bedroom Relations is not to be going to bed much later than your partner! If you're at that stage where you need the night light you should rethink your bedroom relations!

Alice C

Dear Lucy,
Please take care of yourself. You have a young family, your creative work and your commitments to Yarndale - it's a lot for one person.
Watch out for warning signs that you are pushing yourself too hard and make space to rest, eat properly and relax. Somebody once told me to take care of the tree (myself) so that the flowers (my family) are beautiful. I have remembered their advice ever since.

Angela-Southern USA

Try to drink plenty of fluids and get even more rest. Sending get well wishes your way!xx (Love the toadstool!)


We just don't expect to feel rotten during the feel-good Summer months do we ??!! It's not expected and it's not allowed :(. The body has a way of telling you it's had enough of running around like a blue a***d fly ! So , I'm prescribing a big fat dose of mindful nothingness :))
Wishing you a speedy recovery !


I'm a great believer in listening to your body and the restorative powers of sleep. Sweet dreams petal. xx


Get well soon.
Working too hard!


Get well soon ♥♥


Get well soon!


Sleep is such an amazing tonic. I never get enough of it, but I feel better if I do. I do hope you're feeling completely better tomorrow. And I know exactly what you mean about clean fresh sheets. That's what I'll be doing tomorrow. CJ xx


Hope you're feeling better soon. Always listen to your body and SLEEP! I have 2 little bunny nightlights from the same range as your little toadstool - definitely good for soft gentle light and midnight wanderings! I often get up for an hour and choose fabrics for patchwork to be cut and sewn up the following day. Then I dream about fabrics and colours. I think vivid dreams are definitely a sign of not feeling 100%. Don't push yourself. Axx


Hope you feel better soon - tis always best to listen x


I follow your blog Lucy but very rarely comment, however I am very sorry to hear that you are unwell and I want to send my very best wishes for your recovery.


Oh dear. Get well soon.


Hope you feel better soon!!, and I know what you mean about the fresh laundered and line dried sheets! My most favorite thing and smell in the world :) I wish I too could do it every day lol..

Debbie P.

Do hope you feel better soon. Are you pushing yourself too hard? Well, that was a silly question! Please rest when you can.
Get well wishes sent your way from Indiana!
Deb P.


Prennez soin de vous!


I do hope you'll be feeling much better very soon. Sleep is the best medicine. Hugs. xxxx

Susan Smith

Oh dear, hope you feel much better soon. Take care.

Jeanette in Illinois, USA

So sorry to hear you're feeling unwell, but given all you've been doing, it's most understandable! You for you too give yourself some much-needed rest too!

You must have read my mind about the toadstool night light, I was oogling over it, think i need one of my very own... ;)

Sending gentle, squishy get well hugs!!


Get well soon, Lucy! I also love that scent of line dried sheets.

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