I took the day off today from everyone and everything and drove the van to town to get some hay. After all the storms, we are running low.
Afterwards, I did the last of my Christmas shopping – yes, you read that right. I think I am done and am now sitting here feeling very smug. Floss comes home on Friday and then we are all in isolation for two weeks so it made sense.
The street was busy, which was good.
This is busy for us these days.
And the tree from Norway was up – a fine tree. A good shape.
I popped into the Jamieson’s Knitwear and left some more curly sheep for their field.
With the addage that I was determined to shop local, I found what I had written on my list.
I am not sure what this was all about. They were scattered down the street.
But I very much liked the owls at The Shetland Times Bookshop. (I have linked to my two photographic postcard books, if you”re interested).
Yes, this is a real ram!
Another of these talking things.
Christmassing scene with things moving
Having finished and feeling awash with my smugness, I went and got some fish and chips for lunch and ate them in the carpark with a friend.
And then the weather closed in. I finished up with the inevitable Tesco shop (sadly not local) and drove home.
So that’s me done (I hope).