I realise that it's slightly odd to take photos of your washing, but it has been an unusual sight lately as I have made far too much use of the tumble dryer. Anyway, I love to see a nice line of washing, there's something really homely about it. Hanging this lot out this morning was made even lovelier because we had a Thrush singing it's heart out in the Elder tree, and it was nice to manage without a hat, scarf and gloves, what an improvement. The snowdrops are looking lovely, and our local walks with Otto seem so much more enjoyable when it's not so cold.
It's been a good week really, apart from freezing at the Halesworth Produce Market last Saturday, even then we had some lovely customers. I've had visits from friends for tea and scones (always a bonus), and I had the loveliest email last weekend, it would be hard for anyone to be more complimentary about my website. Aren't people lovely?
I've been busy making new necklaces this morning, and am very much looking forward to visiting the Colchester bead fair next weekend, which is one of the best places to buy semi-precious stones, could be expensive!
The weekly(ish) ramblings of a self-employed jeweller and countrywoman based in the Waveney Valley.