Tuesday, 14 May 2013
Wednesday, 8 May 2013
I am going to try and keep up this time, honest :-)
My employers and I are trialing a slight alteration to my working hour, 8-4 instead of 9-5. I know it's not much of a change but I feel I have more time for me and my fibres/fabrics.
I am itching to do some quilting but I need to prepare for wooly Connections in Auchendrain this coming Saturday and Sunday. I am helping out demonstrating spinning, carding/mixing etc, 2 good days with a lovely dinner at The George in Inveraray between. I will post pictures, even if we get rained out, it will be good, I am sure.
Sunday, 18 March 2012
Wednesday, 8 February 2012
Monday, 7 December 2009
First of all I entrusted the posting of a very important package to my son, who did not listen to instructions and posted it without getting the stamps! I am praying it arrives safely and all I have to do is sent some euros to compensate for the post charges. I have to say,I am not feeling very confident there.
Next I am sure that I signed up for a Christmas ornament swap but I cant find any email with details of who I send to, or anywhere on another blog with a Christmas Ornament Swap - was I dreaming it all ??? If you are looking at my blog wondering why my Christmas ornament has not arrived - sorry. Let me know and I will post it. Failing that it will go onto my tree this year - if I ever get organised enough to put up my decorations!
Hugs to all....
Friday, 30 October 2009
It has been a wee while since I have blogged. Alas and alack, I like this blogging but I also like sewing and meeting up with friends and my darling hubby back from the sea.
First and foremost my darling hubby Andrew. His ship came back from the Caribbean, sailing into the East coast of Scotland where I drove over to meet him.
He (and the rest of the ship) have been very busy over the last few months and I have missed him sooooo much. He is very supportive of my sewing and never even comments on the increasing size of various piles of delicious fabrics and hanks of wool. I will be driving over to see him tomorrow (after visiting the Good Food show at the SECC).
With the joy of Andrew coming back there was a wee goodbye to say too. A new friend of mine, Carrie, has flown back to the States (Seattle) today. Yesterday, along with the other Flava Girls, the Gourock knitting group where I met Carrie, we had a lovely meal at the Tontine Hotel in Gourock and said our farewells before 3 of us had to catch the ferry back to Dunoon. I have only known Carrie for a few months, when we met up most Thursday nights at the knitting group, but during this time I have found her to be a genuine and charming lady with immense talent. We all consider ourselves to be so much better off for getting to know Carrie and it was our complete pleasure to give her a spinning wheel as a gift for her to take away back across the pond.
Happy spinning Carrie and haste ye back to our shores.