Saturday, 24 November 2012

Etsy Update.

The Fae Babes have now been listed on Etsy Here.

Meanwhile, outside of the Studio I've been working hard to get all the farm animals sorted so that this awful weather doesn't upset them too much.  The goats are getting clean stables and the ponies at my field have been moved to their winter paddocks and I've dug a large ditch around the perimeter of their field shelter.  It was back breaking work, but hopefully the rain will run off and not flood them out!  I normally dig their ditch earlier in the winter, but actually it was easier after already having so much rain, it was like shoveling soup!!!

Back at home I cleared out the greenhouse and have some winter salads sown and I'm hoping for some spinach for Christmas :D  I don't normally grow at this time of the year, so we'll have to see how that goes.

Right, time to feed the soggy wee animals and then it's back to the Studio.  I have some new dolls to make and several paintings on the go!!!  I'm beginning to think I need one of Hermione's time turners to fit it all in :D

Somewhere beneath a mound of fur are my legs, blogging from my bed again!!!  I have all 5 kittens and the dog on me, persuading me to stay with them in the dry, warm cozyness :D (That's Banshee walking towards me, and Tohki's back hiding Fae and Gigi, Finn is beside me.)

Have a lovely and safe weekend dear bloggers.x


Bovey Belle said...

Sounds like you are in the right place to be warmest, especially with all those furry hot water bottles! Keith and I have found our routine changing now that we don't have to ferry Danny around, and we are sleeping in longer.

Today it definitely an inside day - the rain has set in now and the wind just starting to arrive.

Have fun with your art and sewing. LOVE those little Fae Babes!

Yarrow said...

Thank you BB :D

Kim said...

Warm fuzzies are the best heating pads ever! Living on a farm is no walk in the park, lots of work to do, and much of it back spasm inducing, but still, the advantages.....

Yarrow said...

You're right Kim, darned hard work :D