Tuesday, 27 March 2018

Textile auction again this week.

Well I'm beginning to sort my head out again and getting back to some sort of normality. I put on my orgainers hat once more and made out a seven day rota of what I wanted to achieve on each day. I knew that I couldn't live with doing the same things on particular days so at the beginning of the week I can choose. It seems to be working well so far. I've managed to prepare the next two textile auctions so they are ready to go when the time comes.
It was such a beautiful day yesterday later on, however in the morning we had a thick sea fret. As I drove from Morecambe to Heysham. the fret was very thick. I picked up my daughter and grandson and where the thick mist had been it was clear with a blue sky. However as we continued to dry along the side of the bay it was like driving into a white wall. We went onto Carnforth to see my mother and it was clear there. However about three hours later on our return the white wall appeared again. The afternoon was superb, very warm and blue skies. English weather I just love the unpredictability of it.
Heavy rain this morning, but clearing up nicely. The garden is awaking and so am I. Off to continue work on my felted sculpture now in my studio.
Hope you can join us for the sale on Thursday.
The early bird always catches the worm, so set your alarms.
xx Sandie

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