Nothing much to say...
Dash, dash, dashing - I feel like I'm always dashing.
It's been a busy, busy week here and I'm in an 'in between' stage of parents leaving and friends descending, but at least the beds have been changed and I've got five minutes to pop in (children other wised entertained!) and say a quick hello - 'HELLO'
Well what's been going on around here this week??
Well I haven't taken as many pictures of the goings on in our little town as I thought I would, but then again the days always seem to start off fine and then by mid morning either showers have set in or the grey skies have returned. Honestly we have spent most of this week in our wellies - proper festival attire.
Either way we've spent a great proportion of our time at home cooking, laughing, watching films and generally catching up with each other rather then joining in with the hustle and bustle of Folk Week.
Although one thing I have achieved this week is to (finally) set up my Raverly account - it's been pending for what seems like for ever - so if there are any of you lovely folks out there that are also members and want to pop over and say 'Hi' then I'm there - on and off - and even better, if you can recommend any super fab groups I could join then thank you, thank you, thank you - in advance that is.......okay, okay maybe I am being just a little bit lazy, but any advice or help would be greatly received and it would definitely save me a little bit of time by picking your brains and perusing myself plus, it doesn't harm to ask, does it??
Anyway, I hope you're all having a wonderful week and dodging the showers (like us) or if you've had nothing but wall to wall sunshine - in the UK might I add - then all I can say is 'you lucky devils'
Well best scoot - I still need to run the vacuum round and then there's dinner to make!!
Never ending - I know.
And if I don't get chance to pop in before - have a wonderful weekend and as always.........happy holidays!!
ps. our cooker is on the blink again and I've just found out the cooker repair man fixing it is a musician in a very successful ceilidh band - it's a funny old world!