Thanks for popping in. It is so warm here in the South East. Forgive me for keeping it short and sweet! I have to find a shady spot to sit!
In the aftermath of the Clarity Opens Days, which were so special, I have to say, I am pretty wiped out. I bet a lot of people are too! A combination of heat and heart I think. There’s so much work goes into the Open Days, but also so much emotion. I was very glad to be able to catch up with old friends, to talk and listen. There’s nothing like taking the time to have an exchange of kind words and love with people you respect and cherish, is there. I know I made the right decision to not demonstrate, to stick close to Mum, and to just sell my pottery. Cor blimey! That went well! Thank you so very much. What a confidence booster!! Here we see Mum and me bright and early on Friday morning…
Bit too hot for my taste on the Saturday though. And when we realised the bloody central heating was on and the radiators behind me and Martine were actually hot to touch !!! Well, it’s a good job the public had all left the building by the time Martine realised – language, Timothy!! She and I were pretty disenchanted for sure!! Would have felt better to put it down to global warming, instead of the old-fashioned storage rads and human error!!
So this morning we got back in the SHAC for a shady spot, and a spot of shading…I have carried on with the butterfly….
If you missed this, and you fancy seeing how to get this 3-D effect, then you can always catch up. Here’s this morning’s session
Time to stop for the day.
Can’t even go soak my feet in a bucket of cold water ! Southern Water have done it again. The well is dry. Can’t even make a cup of tea, let alone water the garden! No running water at all in this neck of the woods. All part of the New Order of things. Thousands and thousands of new houses being built around us, and no infrastructure to accommodate. Reservoirs are on empty. Wunderbar.
Quote for the day:
Well, the well’s dry again.
Barb x x x