So, it’s been a busy few weeks here at the chapel. I’ve been working full-time so not a whole lot of time for fun stuff to go down, but we have managed to squeeze in a few fun things.
First off we threw a bit of a shindig a few weeks ago when an old friend of the hubby’s was in the area visiting family for the Easter holiday. We essentially had a grown-ups Easter Egg hunt for the folks as well as a much scaled down one for the kids. It was a lot of fun and the food that the hubby made was totally tasty. Everyone was fascinated by his method of poaching eggs (he uses plastic wrap).
I got my Clapotis off the blocking mats and modeled it.
After that, my friend Lily came to visit from the US for a few days and sort of got ashed in. She didn’t stay with us for most of it and unfortunately, I was working too much to get to hang with her all that much. However, we did get to go to the V&A quilt exhibit going on now through early July and it was excellent!! I would totally suggest to anyone that they go see it post haste! It was so good that I even bought the book that went with the exhibit, and I have never done that before!
We’ve been enjoying the blooming flowers and lambs all around us.
Yesterday we got up bright and early to head off to Wonderwool Wales in lovely Builth Wells. The ride out was excellent, sunny and pretty clear all of the way. Wonderwool Wales itself was lots of fun, almost as much fun as driving there! Here are some pictures…
I didn’t go buck crazy with the shopping at Wonderwool Wales (unusual as I know that sounds). However, I did pick up a few things…
All in all it was a really fun day out (though exhausting). Now onto cleaning the house and planting in the courtyard!