I went this week to Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre, for a meeting to plan the workshop I will be co-delivering this August. We had a very productive day, and as usual a lovely lunch in Woodbrooke’s canteen. I always find myself drawn to bowls of fruit, not necessarily to eat, but because of the beauty of their contents. There were several bowls there yesterday and one contained the prettiest blush pears. I had to have one!
I love the subtle shades of warm yellow, slightly lime green and that pinky-red flush that is neither pink nor red, yet both at once. The shape is also extremely pleasing, and somehow nature has deemed to make them the perfect shape and size to sit snugly in my hand.
We have a great couple of days planned for the course, only a few weeks away now. We will be immersing ourselves in personal reflection and mindfulness, in the fantastic setting of Woodbrooke’s house and gardens. There are still places available so if you would like to join us why not give Woodbrooke a ring or check out the details on their website?