What a lovely morning it was - two hours ago - brilliant sunshine - now- rain again! But hey! this isn't a weather forecast it's WOYWW!
I missed last week - we were away and there was absolutely nothing to show on Wednesday morning as we had only arrived at our caravan at 9.30 the evening before. I made up for it later in the week though and had a very productive week despite going to the cinema (twice!), having a day out in Settle, a few walks, church and being strand up a driveway near Arnside when the sea caught us unaware! We had stopped on our way back from church to look at the sea when we realised that cars were splashing through water on both sides of us, fortunately two very kind men let us up their drive where we all watched the sea come rushing in - Arnside has a particularly fast incoming tide-it totally covered a bench and bin just below the garden! We were there for about an hour and a half!
So, just what is on my desk, this being the day that we can show and tell courtesy of Julia at the Stamping Ground.
Mainly just stuff dumped from my bag when we came home yesterday!
I did take rather a pile of stamps! Two of my journals - new pages in each, paints, inks(didn't have the colours I needed at the caravan)and my trusty pencil case!
Just about to post when I though you might like to see my bargains - it also encouraged me to put those things away!
From the left, some lace I bought from the bric a brac table that is in the church hall where we have coffee after the service! While paying I was told that the charity shop up the road was having a haberdashery event so we popped in there too!
In the middle some wool tops, buttons and felt squares from our trip to Settle. Oh! and the very bright bits are a present from my granddaughter who was sorting out her weaving wool box and insisted on giving them to me(I think they may have been bought by me in the first place but didn't want to dampen her generous nature)
On the left - yes that's my knitting! I can't remember the last time I knitted but I saw this beautiful wool in Aldi and couldn't resist at £4 for four balls. One and a bit balls has made my grandaughter a scarf which I finished while babysitting last night and just brought home to sew into one of those endless scarves that go over the head.
So that's it, I've got few birthday cards to make so I'd better crack on - hope to visit at intervals over the day, Chris