WE WALKED THROUGH STREETS AND BACK IN TIME
Gosh it's been another packed week but almost nothing to do with crafting! I've got quite a few things to do for craft stalls and yarnbombing and may well have to make a list..*gasp, horror!*
The Christmas trees are finished though:
They turned out quite well and all for free too - pine cones from my mate Helen, the log slices were leftovers from last year, the beads and paint were already in my stash - that's satisfying crafting eh?
And that's it, no other desk action to show but if you'd care to accompany me, I shall give you a little guided tour of Tenby, a delightful seaside town in Wales! We took a friend who was staying this weekend and were rewarded with a mild and dry day.
It's so pretty with the painted Georgian houses, the tide was right in too...There were lots of little snickets to wander down...
and rows of fishermen's cottages to gawp at...
And teeny tiny places that even I would bang my head on the door frame!
We got a little bit of festive spirit looking in the windows of this place...
And I spotted the wool shop sign! A small but perfectly formed establishment, it would have been rude not to buy a bit more yarn ;-)
We had a really lovely day and enjoyed a picnic of fresh lobster rolls eaten on a bench looking at this:
It's a tough life!
Sunday morning found me playing with my silver band for the Remembrance parade and service in the next village - even though it was only a small affair, it was no less heartfelt than the bigger occasions and was the first time out for us since December 2019....
We all enjoyed playing very much, it was a good thing to be part of.
Hope you all have a grand week and I'll try to have more on my desk for you next time xx