Yesterday disappeared into work and then errands for work!! Before I knew it, it was 6.00pm and I hadn’t started dinner!!!
This has all it has been doing since Sunday evening and in fact we have had a month’s rain in three days so as you can imagine the ground is saturated and there are bits of flooding. Living on a hill does have advantages. I think we were so spoiled last year with the weather which was lovely and warm. Not too hot just right! Of course you always hope that it will be the same and unfortunately it isn’t.
This was taken on the same day last year and you can see how blue the sky is!
This is today! The little bits on the patio and steps are off my tree in the above picture. It was blowing a gale and heavy rain on Monday evening into Tuesday!
As you can imagine Treacle is not a happy bunny as she cannot be outside all day as normal. In fact she has gone into hibernation mode! It has also been quite cold too!
One of my Quilt Shops I go to, in Cromford Derbyshire, is closing!!!! They are going to sell fabric on line but the actual shop is closing at the end of this month! I went yesterday to get some things in the sale which I will show you soon, but I am sad, especially as the other quilt shop a little further up the road from this one is also reducing stock!!! DH keeps saying that I should open a shop near to us as these are closing and there is no actual shop in Nottingham either!!! It is a huge undertaking though!!!!
We are busy this evening as Eldest is moving jobs and starting his new one on Monday so we are helping to move all his tools, boxes etc to his new job today!! Then DH has a meeting tonight so he won’t be home until late! Tomorrow is home jobs day and hopefully the new washing machine will be delivered and Friday we are out at business meetings all day!!!!!
Saturday DH is out all day commentating, so if the weather is like it is now I will be spending the day in my sewing room!!!!!
Happy Wednesday everyone, Treacle is in her basket asleep so will be here next week for The Wednesday Wag!
Hugs, Susie xx