Ok, so it’s not a home it’s a Charity Shop but someone handmade the For Sale sign and I was close to buying a Doggie. If I hadn’t been getting the ‘we don’t need it – step away from the tat’ vibes from Matt I probably would have. If I can remember where the shop was I might still get one and surprise him.
Isn’t it lovely to eat your own home-grown food.
After all the hard work that goes into preparing the ground, planting, tending and caring for your crops as they grow somehow the food you make with them always seems to taste much nicer than anything shop-bought.
The only store you could ever need. Music and coffee on tap. what more could you want (a bigger bank balance maybe?)
I have to admit to being a bit out of practice on surviving a festival and although Common People was a two-day event we only went for the Saturday, too much sun, too much excess and too much money spent on day-one put us off going back for the second day but it was a lovely day. What’s not to enjoy, live music, friends and a drink (or several).
I volunteered as a photographer for the day and although the weather was pretty miserable with a steady drizzle of rain all day it didn’t put the Dogs off and hundreds turned out to enjoy a sociable walk and help raise money to help the RSPCA. I took a lot of photographs and it was hard to choose a favourite but I like this one for the way the dog seems so happy with the simple pleasure of running free and chasing a ball.
Cold, wet, grey and miserable.