Well it is that time of the year for all the ‘Garden Open’ shows and down here in the south-west of Western Australia we have a wonderful array to wander through. I enjoy going to them, they certainly are inspiring. With some you just don't want to leave - the ambiance is just magical, though I confess, I sometimes do get a little envious. SO, a big thank you to all those wonderful gardeners who open their gardens up to the public to meander around and thoroughly enjoy. On that note, I am very blessed to have been asked to display some of my wares at one of the largest gardens here in the south-west. (not sure if I will be at my stall very often LOL)!
Two weeks ago I attended the Donnybrook Market for the very first time. It has been a lot of years since I have done a market, you certainly forget just how much fun they can be. As always, you meet a lovely bunch of people and enjoy great comradeship amongst the other stall holders. Of course, as it be, my first time in and the weather was just frightful! It took all our efforts not get blown away, and believe me it would take a good deal of wind to move me, it sure was a wild and windy day.
Now to ask you all something, I need to desperately get a new web site as the company that previously hosted my site is no longer in business or operational. There is just so much out there, so if anyone has any suggestions, they would be very much appreciated.
Have just spent a wonderful week with a very dear friend, who certainly has encouraged my mojo to get back on track and I am so excited with some great new ideas. As you probably know by now, I have let things slide with Mammy’s a little – well okay a lot! and I am slowly building her back up. So over the next few months I will be clearing out some old stock – so watch for clearance specials and the new website hopefully. I will also regularly update this blog and Mammy’s Facebook page and start sending out emails on an updated data base.
Well with all that said and on that note, I have some birdhouses that need to be finished so I will say ‘till next time’.
Enjoy the rest of your week and be blessed.