I hope you all survived the horrible storm we had last night, the earth really seemed to move for me! The wind was so strong it kept me awake for what seemed to be hours, I honestly felt I could feel the house moving. Luckily for us we don't have too much damage, the main problem being that the greenhouse doesn't have all that much glass left, but I know that many people are far worse off than that. At least we don't have the snow that most areas seem to be struggling with.
Dick and I now have a use for the broken greenhouse glass, we have started our stained glass evening classes, and are both enjoying it immensely. Beginners learn their glass cutting skills on clear glass, and we can now supply plenty of pieces of that!
Today I'm spending time getting jewellery ready for Sue's new clothing shop which is opening in Union Street in Harleston on Monday - I spoke to her yesterday and she's so excited, I must admit I am too. As I'm a bit smaller than I was I shall be looking for something new to wear, I think it's good to support our local businesses. Sue has supported mine over the years and I'm really grateful that she is going to keep stocking my jewellery in her new shop.
I have got quite a quantity of new sterling silver items arriving in the next few days - ear studs, earrings, toe rings, pendants etc, so keep an eye on the website as I will start to put them on as soon as they arrive.
The weekly ramblings of a self-employed jeweller and countrywoman based in the Waveney Valley.