My, how you have grown.
My youngest granddaughter arriving from England for the summer. I think it was 14 degrees when she left the UK and 38 degrees as she arrived. I had not seen her for a year so we have a lot of catching up to do.
Life goes on as usual.....another blanket label for my collection. This Hudson Bay point blanket was made in 2000, I believe the last mill in Whitney closed about 2002 . It sold right away at the Brickworks Farmers Market last week.
I am still playing with my unusual space. I like this side of the 'racks' better, but it is not always available.
Its useful to take photographs, that way you see the glaring display mistakes.
Peeking over the top, at the other side of the laneway is Bernard, who runs ShelfLife. He is a terrific artisan who works with salvaged and reclaimed wood, as well as being a great help and support to me ....more about ShelfLife on another post later, in the meantime click on Bernard's links.