Alpine conditions

Image“Alpine conditions”, yes, that’s what the weatherman says.And it is truly gorgeous. Just look at that dusting of frost on my recently gathered haul of driftwood….(just to prove I get up early to go to my shed….. by 9:30 it had all melted!)

Spent the day cut-cut-cut-cut-cutting in preparation for my work day at the kitchen table with friend Susan again tomorrow, and of course the very cute Alfred. (Better get some biscuits in).Image

Can you guess what I am going to make next for my ‘mad march hare’ day?

(Or should that be ‘mad march HAIR day’!!??) It’s a tricky one, you are just going to have to watch this space.Image


Had a great surprise email from my old stained glass tutor yesterday. Apparently I am a “Dallam success story!” And in order to give them some publicity, and me some free publicity, she is going to do a small feature on me in the next issue of the ‘Dallam Firstclass’ newsletter. Check out the link to their website…

My son Tom is mortified. His Mum is going to be in his school newsletter!

I am having great fun winding him up saying that they have asked me to go in and do an assembly. They haven’t of course, but he deserves it. This is the same boy who says that his Mum is un-employed (as opposed to self employed), and sometimes even describes me as ‘retired’! I mean, do I look retired, pottering away in my shed with radio 4 on ………….Image

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My blog is all about the stained glass projects I get up to in my shed. I promise to post regularly with fresh and beautiful jobs. Thanks for looking.
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