JUST FINISHED booking a hotel for another quick trip to Edinburgh in a few weeks. It feels strange to continue with ordinary things when the world feels anything but. It’s the same reason why you probably noticed that we’ve been a little quiet on all of our social media channels lately. On the first day of spring, our little niece turns three, so I had the pleasure of spending some time ordering tiny clothing, books and toys to send as gifts. It was a nice change from the sense of foreboding that comes with checking the news lately. There always seems to be so much going on that it’s hard to concentrate on creating things. And on top of that, just heard about an alarming study which found that even mild Covid can lead to brain shrinkage and affect mental function, and may even alter your personality. Hopefully none of these things will affect us, but as a hypochondriac, they are not good to know. On a much happier note, it’s nearly spring and March has brought such sunny mornings that I can’t wait to throw open the curtains when I wake up. P.S. International Women’s Day on Tuesday.
This week’s links include a fairytale Alpine chalet and cropped tweed jackets inspired by the nineties; belted trenches and wicker bags and much, much more.