Thursday, 29 October 2015

Journal Page

Hi All. Thank you for visiting and for the lovely comments and support you have posted about my MIL. It is still a bit of a struggle as we keep being told one things one day and a different thing a few hours after so we haven't really got a clue what is going to happen yet. She is now back in Scarborough after seeing specialists in York and we are going to visit her this afternoon-hopefully, unless she is on the move again.

At Art Journal Journey  their wonderful Architecture theme has drawn some wonderful works of art and as always you can see them all in one place if you click on a link on the Blog.

This will probably be my last entry for the month as my craft time seems to be down to minutes a day now.

This is the building now and the top flat  has wonderful views of the old rooftops and spectacular sunsets.

Have a lovely day

Chrissie xx


  1. Hope all goes well for your MIL no one tells you anything really you just need to take each day as it comes but am thinking of you...Great page today my friend...you are a real inspiration.xx

  2. I hope everything goes well with your MIL - wishing the best !
    What a lovely idea to make a page with the original bulding! Super!
    Thank you for all the support given to Art Journal Journey dear Chrissie!
    Thinking of you!

  3. Lovely page Chrissie, interesting to see how buildings change. Funny we were both thinking along the same lines again today! Thanks for joining us at Art Journal Journey. Look after yourself! Hugs, Valerie

  4. Love your page and the real photo. Looks like an interesting place to stay.As I am not familiar with the area, what kind of things are there?

  5. Love your page Chrissie... I do hope your MIL will feel better soon... Hugs, blessings and love from Catherine

  6. So sorry to read of your MIL, I am behind with blogging again, so have come straight from your inchie.
    Pleased to hear that she is nearer home now and hopefully on the mend! I love the way you have used the old photo and it looks like a great place to stay! Take care, hugs, Chrisx

  7. Interesting place and you've made an interesting page as well.
    Hope things turn better there home.
    Have a nice day xx

  8. Love your page and photos Chrissie. Sorry to hear about your MIL and wishing for a speedy recovery. I know what its like when these things happen and you don't drive, so take care of yourself too and hope all well soon.... Gill xx

  9. I love old photos and this is even more special as you've included the new photo and how it's been restored.
    So please MIL is now nearer for you to visit, hopefully she will get home soon.
    Avril xx

  10. Great page you created with that vintage photo.
    So much architecture to enjoy out there.
    Best wishes to you and your family

  11. It's always good to see a building - old and present day and try to identify the similarities and the changes.
    Sorry to hear about your MIL, it's a difficult time, sending best wishes for her recovery.

  12. A super page Chrissie, I love old buildings. Its good that they get refurbished, into lovely holiday places like this. Glad to read you MIL is back closer to you both, take care of yourselves as well.
    Yvonne xx

  13. A wonderful page Chrissie, I love the before and after photos of the building.
    xxx Hazel.

  14. Love your page Chrissie! Hope things get easier with your MIL.

  15. Looks like a great place to stay now, but I love the old photo with such atmosphere - and your digi page celebrates that with the neutral colours.

    I do hope your MIL will be on the mend soon, and that things will become clearer so that you at least have some sense of what is really going on, and I'll be thinking of you.
    Alison xx

  16. Wonderful old photo - the building looks fabulous! I have just caught up with what happened to your MIL - I am so sorry! I hope she soon starts to recover, bless her! Take care of yourselves too! Big hugs xxx


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