On the plus side, I have finished the felted bag I started,
and made a little brooch from some felt scraps.
The nest box on the side of the house has a camera in, and there is a little family of blue tits in there. It's lovely to watch the baby birds snoozing away quietly until, suddenly, one of the parent birds arrives with food. Their little yellow beaks gape open and there is a frenzy of excitement as they wait to be fed. Hopefully they will all thrive and fledge safely. We've been watching Springwatch on TV and some of the birds on their have not been so lucky. Ynys Hir, where the series is filmed, is not too far from here. It's nice to see the beautiful scenery of this part of Wales being beamed around the world!
We took our touring caravan about seventy miles to the Ceredigion/Pembrokeshire border for a few days over half term. Newcastle Emlyn is the loveliest little town - friendly people and unusual shops. I even bought my mother-of-the-bride outfit and a very elegant hat! Gwennie loved the sea at Poppit Sands near Cardigan, and even deigned to have a paddle. You can see how sunny it was! We went to the Welsh National Wool Museum at Felindre, although I was disappointed to find nothing there made of Welsh Woollen felt.
Now. Back to those unfinished items...........