‘It is good to have an end to journey toward; but it is the journey that matters, in the end.’ – Ursula Le Guin Just over a year ago, I embarked upon an extraordinary journey as part of a collaboration with Taylors of Harrogate, (tea and coffee producers extraordinaire) and the fantastic creative collective with heart that
I’m so sorry, lovely readers, that things have been a little quiet here of late. Behind the scenes, I’ve been holed up in my tiny office, typing away, reading piles of books and scribbling in endless notebooks. I’ve been creating something that I’m genuinely excited to share with you, something that feels like the culmination
Last month, for the third summer in a row, I had the pleasure of attending the Sisterhood Camp summer retreat. This year’s camp was held at fforest in Wales, on the edge on the Teifi marshes nature reserve, a location that I was happy to return to after last year’s family adventure and November’s frosty Sisterhood winter retreat.
Flickering flames, frosted fronds and watery winter light. With midwinter almost upon us, it feels the perfect time for me to share with you the magical weekend that I spent at fforest for the Sisterhood Winter Retreat.