Joining in again this week with Sunday Sevens – the brainchild of Nathalie at Thread and Bobbins. Although Nat really seems to have gone to ground. I hope all is well with her.
Last Sunday was the second day of Stitch Fest South West, were I had a stall. Had a really great time there – will write a post about it in the week.
Monday, I was on a high from Stitch Fest, but totally shattered after an unbelievably exhausting week the week before, and all the nervousness, sleeplessness and excitement of the weekend. Beyond food shopping and Tai Chi, I have no idea what else happened that day.
Tuesday I caught up with all the bits and bobs that needed following up from the weekend and dropped a sheep kit order off at my new stockist – need to write another post to catch up about them!
Wednesday was back to the laptop working on the sales website… and on Thursday. By late Thursday evening everything was up on the site, lovely littlest had checked through for mistakes and I was ready to add my payment gateway. Being no IT whizz, I opted for the one integrated with the site. To my horror, having made my application, I received an email saying it would take 24 hours – 7 days to approve. Shattered I went to bed hoping for 24hrs.
Late the Friday morning I was a approved. Hurrah! I thought, until I spotted that one last check – a bank statement was needed. Unfortunately my bank – probably all banks – can only send the type needed in the post! So right now I’m crossing my fingers that it’ll be here Monday!
Apart from Monday and Tuesdays outings, I didn’t go anywhere else this week, except on lots of lovely walks with Mr Hicks. Weather wise they’ve been a real mixture. Wednesday we woke up to this beautiful sky…
… and had a lovely sunny, but chilly walk on the Granite Way….
… but on Friday I couldn’t even see the tors through the mist.
However, as always, we live in such a beautiful part of the world, it was a pleasure to be out whatever the weather. Here we are enjoying a gorgeous carpet of fallen leaves…
And this is Saturday when we had a wander around Lydford Gorge…
… to the White Lady waterfall – the highest waterfall in South West England…
… and finally Sunday Sevens wouldn’t be Sunday Sevens for me without a dog in a puddle pic….
Hope you’ve had a good one.