I’ve been so busy lately and apologise for not responding to comments, I’ll rectify that soon I hope, I’ve just been soooooo busy. You know going to work is such a huge inconvenience in my life, but it pays the mortgage so I shouldn’t really complain.
I am getting immersed in 21 Secrets and it’s fabulous – I feel like a kid in a sweet shop, there’s so much to choose from – it’s awesome 🙂 As soon as I can figure out how to put the badge on my blog I will do so, but for the time being it has me baffled. I’m such a dunce sometimes.
Anyway this spread is a bit weird, visually I don’t really like it, it didn’t come out as I wanted, but nevertheless it has a deep personal significance to me. The phrase is from a song by Yello. The reason it is so important to me is that my husband has bipolar disorder (also known as manic depression) and there have been times when he has been very, very unwell. Fortunately for the past few years, thanks to finally finding the right medication, things have been under control, he is not cured but things are so much better now. When he was very ill there were times when I felt I was losing him but if I asked him that question it was kind of grounding for both of us. The answer to the question is always ‘The Three Roses’. I’ve no idea what it means in terms of the song, and we have never been to a place called The Three Roses. Saying it can’t fix anything, but it’s a connection we can make through the mire of depression or craziness, or whatever. Next to saying ‘I love you’ it’s probably the most important thing we can say to eachother.
Hope all is good in your world