It's been a busy few weeks with lots going on but not much to show for it.
Our middle son was married and Georgina was a bridesmaid, she is nearly fifteen and quite grown up
Alexander finished his Civil Engineering degree and will do his masters next but at a different university so I went up to collect him, his girlfriend and their belongings from Newcastle. They have been together for five years now and are quite settled. The journey was a long and slow one, over eight hours there and seven back.
It's good to have them home again, he was eager to drive the ride on tractor but his grass cutting left a lot to be desired, he's good at crop circles though - we will probably start seing UFOs soon
I shopped at a local flea market and found some vintage index cards, an old velvet skirt to cut up, a lovely old paint tin and some old buttons
This month's WI craft night was scrapbooking and Helen showed our ladies how to make this flip-flap album
I taught an altered book class at Pickleberry, I used some test tubes and bottles bought at the flea market in Athens earlier this year. I called it "The Apothecary's Secret"