A good life by the sea, in mixed Scottish weather.......
HiI thought I'd left you a comment yesterday but I dont know where it went!!! I mwentioned that someone I grew up with has moved to Orkney to be an artist - Do you know Tim Wootton?
Love your Dasies and candle , I don't have a kitchen big enough for a table but our dining table is currently covered in books , puzzels and of course -wool :0)Loved your snowy pics and your recipe - must give that a try .Jacquie x
Diane - I have been into Tims gallery - wonderful artist! Janet I'll give it another go then probably ask for help!! (The flour is wrapped) Jacqui - table not often clear here either, this one is the smallest one of 3 main tables in the house. The bigger they are the more clutter!
Ps I love the table cloth we got it at a european market here - the last bit on the roll - wipeable - and gorgeous. I love functional things which are pretty - makes me smile!
Candle is a rechargable candle light - safe and easy to use over and over again - put on at night to get the cheaper electricity
I have a similar cloth, but with bright yellow lemons all over, always makes me smile. Not currently on a table though, packed in one of our many boxes. Candle light is an excellent idea! Out kitchen table is small, round, glass, and always covered in "stuff", from the MP3 player and things that need to go out to the garage to rising bread dough and - soon - Christmas cake ready to be fed with more brandy... I dream of a kitchen with room for a large battered table which will also be covered in stuff but will also accommodate playing cards, drinking tea, sorting seeds...
PS Like the change of blog name!!
In the words of Monica in friends - 'I know!' great isn't it - I can be unmodest as it wasn't my idea - my partners - whilst willows are a part of my work life at the moment, wellies are a part of everyday life. Thank you!
Janet - love the idea of a multi-table :)