In my last blog I mentioned that I hadn’t been out much lately but on Saturday I was in the mood for socialising with friends and enjoying a few glasses of wine. So at 6.30pm I kicked off the evening at my local Taverna, Vangeli’s. I had a couple of glasses of wine and a bite to eat whilst catching up with all the local gossip. Everyone was relaying where they were and what they were doing when the earthquake struck the Saturday before! Continue reading
After spending my three week holiday living the outdoor life, admiring the views, enjoying all the places I’ve been to and really appreciating nature – I am itching to start “working with nature” again.
I really do appreciate living in such a beautiful area of Crete. It inspires me to incorporate what I see into my artworks. Yes, I’m lucky to be living here but actually, I made it all happen! Continue reading
OMG there was an earthquake here on Crete today! I was working at my desk when everything started shaking! But it was the ground moving underneath me that was really frightening! It seemed to go on for ages and was the weirdest thing I’ve ever seen or experienced. Continue reading
I’ve had yet another fab, fab week! How lucky I am to have had these last three weeks to just rest and chill! Perfect at the end of what has been a very busy summer season.
This past week the weather on Crete has been wonderful. Really warm and sunny with just a light breeze keeping temperatures so comfortable to relax in. I have had such a lovely time with Nick. We’ve had three whole days where we’ve just chilled on a quiet sandy beach, listening to music, chatting, having a drink at one of the beach bars and soaking up the atmosphere and the views. Continue reading
I am home again after my two week break in the UK and Spain. Although I had a packed schedule whilst in the UK, I felt well rested and pleased with all that I achieved.
I spent my first day in the UK shopping for all the bits and pieces I can’t get in Crete, then the evening relaxing with my sister Karen and her husband Mike, whom I always stay with when in the UK.
On Friday night I went out with my friend Angela, for a few glasses of quality wine (the only thing I really miss in Crete – apart from my daughters, family and friends of course!) at The John Millington in Cheadle Hulme. Continue reading