Worn and Wild

Hi, it has been a long time since I last posted and I apologise. I have been developing my new range of knitted felted creatures and preparing for a craft stall. So busy, busy.

My mind has been so busy that yesterday I just wanted to go on a long peaceful walk with my Millie. She loves being off the lead and got very muddy. We walked along the Canal and relaxed well I did,but I think it tired out the dog as she slept for hours in front of the log burner when we got home.
I hope everyone has a great Sunday and spends it with the ones they love. My little girl is home from her school trip this afternoon, I have missed her. I say little she is 16, but she will always be little to me.

Sunday Dog Walk

Well at last, I have five minutes to type my blog post. It has been very exciting here as my new Knitting book should be available to purchase from the beginning of September.

My husband and I have been very busy at work as well so before the weekend had completely gone we decided to visit the village of Harbury with our dog. Millie loves going off the lead and Harbury has a great playing field for dog walkers. Our Yorkie was in her element chasing a Westie and Red Setter. It is great to see how confident she is now and not the nervous Dog Trust rescue she was when we had her.

The first thing that stuck me was the beautiful gardens and the amount of flowers that were already big and blousy.



Harbury is such a pretty village anyway with thatched houses, stone cottages and Georgian houses. It is a quaint place with very friendly people. As we walked we noticed there are a lot of new buildings going up on the edge of the village, but it looks like the builders are trying to make them blend in.



I did do a bit of daydreaming as I found my dream cottage, but work another week I think as I have not won the lottery yet.