After our fabulous week away on the Llyn Peninsular we have spent the last week settling back into our normal everyday lives, filled with plenty of gentle pottering, especially of the gardening and crafting variety.
The weather has been a bit mixed, but on the whole fairly dry and there has been enough sunshine to make being outside a real treat.
We've had a family day out at the Statfold Barn Railway, met up with friends for tea and spent a day out with the craft stall.
Martin is at work this week so I am on a bit of a mission to catch up with everything, though I am hoping that there will still be plenty of time for pottering ...
Day 13 - We had a lovely, nice and steady day just pottering about at home ... holiday washing and catching up with blogging for me and car MOT and haircut for Martin. Then there was a very pleasant couple of hours sitting in the sunshine before planting up another summer pot ... it was just lovely. It was also great to see the first of, what I hope will be many, the pink stripy blooms on the Nelly Moser, which has taken a bit of a battering over the last couple of year. It seems she may be fully recovered.