On my flick round the blogging world this week, I found the following of interest. I hope you do too.
Monday's post by Rachael Taylor is about her ongoing ordeal with Marks and Spencer. I cannot believe they haven't yet resolved this matter with her when they clearly removed all the goods containing her design from their stores which, in my eyes, is tantamount to confirming their acceptance that the design was hers. She continues to suffer stress and financial loss at the hands of a Company who should know better. I have signed the Petition. Will you?
On Tuesday, Jessica Swift asked the question, What are you waiting for? This post was part of Tiffany Moore's list of Big Questions. Jessica writes about her shifting perception of how to be happy. I think we can all relate to this post.
I was surprised to read the post by Melody Ross on Wednesday about her feelings of insecurity. Being Brave comes in all manner of guises. Get well soon, Melody.
The Thursday interview on Smart Creative Women was with Roxanne Cerda, editor of Stash Books. If you have any thoughts on publishing your own creative book, Roxanne welcomes budding authors.
Friday's treat is a visit to Paper Pastries. I found this site by accident while looking for pencils for my arty son-in-law. I love all things stationery. Take a look at this cute site. How can you resist the Know it all pencil set? 'I before E except after C' leads me nicely back to September's Storytelling Sunday theme: Too Cool for School.
And, just for fun, here's the grandchildren on a recent day out at a funfair.
Michael Schumacher eat your heart out!
Have a great weekend.