Having taken a bit of break from Sunday Sevens in December, I’m returning to posting seven (or so) photos of my week on a Sunday.
After staying up late to see the year in, last week started with taking it easy on a very damp and windy New Years Day. But we did manage a walk to the White Lady Waterfall in Lydford Gorge…
Bank holiday Monday was a much nicer bright, but cold day, so we took advantage of the weather and walked across the moor to Wistman’s Wood…
When we returned home, we took down the Christmas decorations. I always have mixed feeling on this – sad to say goodbye to Christmas, but good to get tidy again…
Tuesday was another bright sunny day, but Hicks still managed to find himself a nice muddy puddle to wallow in – his first of the new year. Unfortunately the hose was frozen when we got home and I had to use a bucket to clean him. I’ll never understand why he’s so eager to sit in a freezing cold puddle, but so reluctant to dip even a toe in a nice warm bucket of water.
On Wednesday I posted out a large yarn order to a lovely new stockist who contacted me just before Christmas. I’m delighted to tell you, you can now by Dartmoor Yarn Company wool in Scotland at Craic n Yarn.
Thursday I delivered another order of sheep kits to South West Crafts, who’d sold out over Christmas. As an added bonus Jon – the owner – gave me a much needed lesson on packaging awkward shapes. So if you order from us in future, hopefully you’ll get much better wrapped parcels.
Thursday was also book group. We’d been reading The House at Riverton by Kate Morton It’s taken me two months to read 70% and I still don’t care if I get to the end or not 😦
Friday was spent catching up with all sorts of household chores, so no pics from that. Saturday was pretty mundane too apart from that I spotted my #secretsanta recipient blogging about the gifts I sent her. My recipient was the lovely Rosina, who blogs at Zeens and Roger. With all the Santa sack posts, I never had time to blog about what I was sending her, so here’s a quick peak at what I put in my parcel.
Hope you’ve had a great week!
Sunday Sevens is the brainchild of Nathalie at Thread and Bobbins.