Well, my latest blanket is in situ down in my studio...ready to keep my warm on colder days. I must day it's very soft and warm, I'm going to be very toasty down there. I've got my new project lined up, it was going to be another Sunbust blanket but I won't have enough wool, so I will have to think again.
The first week of February is zipping by. I'm slowly beginning to emerge from my bug induced hibernation, a little bit of time with friends has been enjoyed this week, and it will continue over the weekend too.
There's some good news on the garden plans too. After some discussion with Mr Landscape Man, we've come up with a bit of a plan, I've had to compromise a lot (used to that one!) but I will get my steps after all. We were hoping to get the lower part of our garden levelled and chipped, but it's just too expensive, so maybe that will get done another time.
Over the last week I've had a few slips down the hill, a combination of wet weather and little paws have made the bank pretty slippy. Luckily it's meant nothing more than a muddy backside, and a racing heart, but it's made me realise just how important those steps and path are. Well if I want to be avoiding accident and emergency that is!
Has anyone any tips on pet smells? Otto can be a bit stinky, he gets a bath every week or so, but I don't want to bath him too often as I'm sure it's not good for his coat and skin. Can anyone reccommend a natural way to control his doggy odour? Thank you!
Have a great weekend folks,
Amanda :) xxx