I’ve been making an effort to get out for a walk whenever circumstances allow.
I’m re discovering my simple joy at finding a new bit of this vast city.
I took some time for myself,walking along looking at the water was a cue for some reflection about my life.for some time I’ve felt invisible,swamped by & overwhelmed by my caring role.as things are improving I can take time for me.going for walks,connecting with the earth & other people is healing for me,a slow feeling of remembering myself is forming.Im also going to start a journal again,I have missed doing that since the knitayear ended.
Any thoughts on reclaiming a life for yourself are welcome,whether from a carers perspective or otherwise,thanks.
Yesterday I walked from mile end,through the ecology & sculpture park,alongside the canal ….. enjoying the water,reeds,trees,narrowboats,conversation with friendly people & on up to Roman road.
From there along to York Hall via charity shops & vegetarian cafe , to see a unique event.
York Hall has an installation that produces clouds indoors ! The clouds formed & then floated slowly or zoomed upwards to rest on a net suspended across the ceiling.the photos haven’t come out as well as I hoped but does give an idea.
Some info taken from net about the event..
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Exhibitions: , Art, Installation,
How Much: Free!
To celebrate the launch of their new
studio, architecture and design duo
Pernilla & Asif are putting on
something a wee bit special.
For one day only, they’re filling York
Hall in Bethnal Green with a floating
canopy of fluffy white clouds. Just
what London needs on these grey