So often I hated the process – all that fiddling around with cotton buds and scalpel blades! However when the window finally went in on Saturday morning I was absolutely thrilled to bits! Now I have to keep going to look at different times of the day to see how the different light changes it. Then at night it is different again depending which room we are in and which light is on. Him at home thinks I am completely bonkers! Then I invited Lucy over from across the road to look at it. She is a stained glass teacher and was really excited about seeing it in place. She went as bonkers as me so we decided that only a fellow stained- glass-oholic could really understand!
...firstly about the slaughter of all those innocent people in Norway – such senseless destruction. It is so huge, so unimaginably shocking that I find it hard to know how to react, how to feel, how to think and what to write.
My heart goes out to all those injured and those who are left behind having to cope with the loss of precious family members and friends.
Rest in Peace Ami.