Thank you for your sympathies and advice about my bad back - I'm pleased to say it's fine now - I just needed to spend a bit more time lying on it I think.
Saturday, Marky Mark and I made an early start and repaired the roof. As you can see, we did a fantastic job of it - hmm, well it works at least! We're available at very competitive rates should you require the benefit of our skills. Truth is, the whole kiln shed roof will be being replaced in a few weeks, so it's a quickly bodged repair until I can afford to repair it properly. It'll keep the rain out in the meantime.
Unfortunately, my car wouldn't start, so we had to walk home, which as it transpired, was a great pleasure. Here's MM, walking down the hill at Stockleigh English.
Saturday evening, my older son Luke came up to the workshop to do some work on his art project. More about that when it's developed. It's his birthday today, 17, wow, where did the time go?
It's also Hollis' birthday and my friend Paul's, the chap who nominated for the Blogger Award, happy birthday to you both.
I still haven't heard from Dorset Cereals about the Blogger Award, but I think I might have won the egg cup! Thanks for your votes my lovelies.
Guess what, you can now vote for my friend Hannah who appears to have been nominated by somebody. Please vote for her right........................here
Today, (with my car running again thankfully), I've been to Plymouth Museum to restock the showcase with some new pots in my ongoing exhibition. In the pictures, Alison Cooper (Assistant Keeper of Art)and Adam Milford(Site Education Assistant), who sorted the cabinet out for me.
This harvest jug has left the exhibition and is off to a new home.
Here's an original North Devon Harvest Jug in one of the museum cabinets.