What a picturesque week of frosts, sunrises and sunsets. I have to admit that I see more sunsets than sunrises, not that I'm still in bed, but Otto & I are not quite so active early on, Dick is prone to skipping eagerly round the meadows while Otto and I drag ourselves after him. Luckily we perk up a little later on. Otto, for those of you who haven't met him, is a Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla (with a little bit of Labrador thrown in), he's lovely, and has a really good loud bark. However, when visitors arrive he barks in a threatening manner, and then runs outside carrying his favourite teddy. Scary.
Things have improved very slightly on the egg front, we now have one hen (probably Pearl) laying an egg a day, we've saved up and are having a Toad in the Hole tonight. We know how to live.
I have been making lots of bracelets this week, among other things, so it's worth a look on the website. I have several events coming up, so am keeping busy
2 Dec - St Lawrence Primary School 3.30-5.30
3 Dec - Metfield Barn from 2pm
6 Dec - Wortwell Bell 5.30 - 10.00
10 Dec - Halesworth Produce Market 9.30-1
11 Dec - Withersdale Village Hall 12-5
The weekly ramblings of a self-employed jeweller and countrywoman based in the Waveney Valley.