I have been planning to have a giveaway for a while (my first blogging anniversary came and went) and still a lack of interest prevailed. I thought the Easter hols would revitalise me, but no, instead a nasty cold has taken hold and so the first week of the hols has passed in a fluffy of tissues and olbas oil!
I did find the motivation to put the Easter tree up, I can't believe it was 12 months ago when I felted these eggs. The buds on the hazel twigs have opened in the warmth of our home and I'm hoping I might be able to get these branches to root.
We were fortunate to have it dry on Easter Sunday and so were able to do our egg hunt in the garden. A card from the Easter Bunny gave us our instructions before we set off on our search...
So off they went, hand-in-hand, buckets at the ready.
Two trips round the garden were needed, plus a few warmer/colder clues, before we completed our search!
The chickens watched on inquisitively (we're down to three as one sadly died a couple of weeks ago).
Buckets full and search completed, we head back inside. But, what is this? Do we have mice?
No, just a cheeky chappy helping himself! But look what was inside!
Two posts are planned for this week; one about a little bit of felting and a second about the garden, in which I have been far more productive.
Wet and miserable here today. I hope you have all had better weather for your bank holiday than we have had here in grey, drizzly Cornwall!