Gardening clothes were the order of the day, jogging bottoms (albeit nice velvety ones) with a baggy jumper. One of the first things that I knitted with yarn from Deb,s Wool Shop.
I felt that these were more suitable to wear for a stroll round the village.
Just as I walked out of the house the heavens opened so I nipped back and hauled the washing in off the whirlygig, luckily I was in time to get it practically dry. Of course, by the time I had flung it in the house and grabbed a coat, the rain had stopped. Mind you I did get soaked on the way home.
I had a quick visit with a friend who is not very well and it is getting her down, I also had a lovely chat with a neighbour, about nothing in particular, and 30 minutes sped by.I spent a lovely hour or so with a fellow blogger and her young daughter, I was given a stack of animals, a colouring book and a crayon.
I was straight back to playing with my siblings, my son and grandchildren. All young people are different and all are the same.
I know that it wrong to generalise but every child that I have met has been an individual and at the same time almost clones of each other.
I am in Llandeilo tomorrow and looking forward to it, I will be wearing fabric blinkers though. I must not even think about buying any more, I am sure that there are Elves who sneak in every few days and leave more hidden in the stash.
I have made a start on a sampler quilt of sorts, I will be repeating some blocks to make a large quilt. This is part of a sew along for a 12 block lap quilt, I will be making 35 x 12" finished blocks. This is mainly because on my last tidying session I found a pack of fat quarters that were hiding under my vintage linen. They have been there since we moved to Wales, forgotten and sad. It is their time to shine.
Now I think that it is time for a last cuppa and bed.
Enjoy your weekend, where ever you may be.