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  • Thank you so much for visiting me in the Attic, it's lovely to see you. My name is Lucy and I'm a happily married Mum with three children. We live in a cosy terraced house on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales in England which we are slowly renovating and making home. I have a passion for crochet and colour and love to share my creative journey. I hope you enjoy your peek into my colourful little world x

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October 09, 2020

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Anne Rayner-Gould

I'm so glad you decided to do this, Lucy, to give us daily blog posts this month. It's a treat to know that tomorrow there will be another one, and for several tomorrows after that. Don't worry about the mundanity: your mundane is a lot different from mine, and probably from many other peoples', and it's not so much the content that matters as the connection. This is what I say to my 85 year old Mum every evening; I've been calling her every night since March because her social life is so circumscribed now, and it's enough just to hear each other's voices and share the little daily things and perhaps even have a laugh. Our foliage colours are turning too, in southern interior British Columbia, and the appeal of woollies, both on one's person and on the knitting and crochet needles, is increasing daily.

Julia

What a lovely post! I feel the same way about bedtime every evening, I actually look forward to it for all the same reasons as you mentioned. I hope you have a nice Friday evening and a nice weekend.

Susan Benge

I love reading your daily blogs and seeing your lovely countryside pictures. They are certainly not mundane. It’s so nice to be able to walk out every day which I also like to do, its great exercise.
Best wishes Sue

Pauline Lowe

I love reading your blog. I don't do much crochet, am more of a knitter, but so enjoy your colours and enthusiasm. Spring here in New Zealand, so tend to do less craft once the longer evenings are here. Love the daily blog, don't want October to end! Regards, Pauline

Julie

Seeing your posts and reading your blog are truly comforting to me. I appreciate your nature and crochet-rich images. I also really love the simplicity in your daily routine and inspiring walking adventures. Thank you so much for sharing your daily experiences!

Sally Spragg

I don’t think your daily blogs are ordinary or mundane! You seem to fit so much into your days with most of it sounding really nice! Especially the gorgeous coffee! I found walking at the beginning of lockdown very enjoyable, but sadly as the days went on and the days got warmer, there were too many people around to stay safe, plus some really selfish cyclists ruined it! I then had lots of pain in all my joints and had to stop! Joints are beginning to settle down again so am venturing out but only in a small way!
Love the fireplace dressing!

Amanda

After a pretty stressful worky kind of day I must just tell you I laughed out loud when I read 'half a sock gusset' ;)) I am enjoying blogtober tremendously & really look forward to your 'realness'. Thank you so much x

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