I don't know how anyone else feels, but I'm a bit tired of the weather at the moment, it's quite hard to take attractive photos in the fog and murk. This morning it even managed to be foggy and breezy at the same time, surely that's not right? There was a minor (very minor on a world scale) miracle, hens are really tricky to take good pictures of, they're usually running in different directions, but today seven of them kindly sat quietly and posed for a group photo. Thanks girls (and Chalky). The hens don't realise it yet, but we took delivery (thanks Stuart & Helen) of a quite superior coop which we'll use when we next have a broody hen, which I think will be quite soon - Dolly is showing signs of being a bit on the broody side.
I've put a photo of the lane outside ours just to show you (not very successfully) how many Primroses we have out at the moment, it's lovely. There are thousands of them forming a carpet all down that side of the road. The Violets are also really good this year, so perhaps the cool weather is helping the spring flowers.
There are new items on the website, and more to follow. I'm having a busy time at the moment. On Saturday I will be at the Craft Fair in St James, and Dick will be at Halesworth Farmer's Market, which will be his first stall on his own. Today I had a visit from a lovely lady wanting help to choose jewellery to wear for her daughter's wedding, so we spent a happy hour choosing beads and styles, oh, and there was cake too!
Have a look at the new items in store via this link
The weekly ramblings of a self-employed jeweller and countrywoman based in the Waveney Valley.