Slowly but surely my shed (or Creation Station as it is sometimes nauseatingly known as by the family who snigger when they say this) is filling up. I don’t mind. It is stuff I want or need and so it moves in.
I recently took possession of this very useful cupboard which OH lovingly restored for me. It had been sitting in a shed for many years being ignored and it fits in perfectly.
Every day I work away felting my little animals and birds. I did try to expand my repertoire once by making a small black pig but he quickly turned into a small black sheep (right). I don’t know how it happened so I am sticking with what I know for the time being.
My view is wonderful. I love the light and the room gets very warm during the day too.
Today I could see Haakon with some new birds that have not been around before.
I was curious so took some photos and asked my Facebook friends who identified it as a Redwing (Turdus iliacus) – the UK’s smallest true thrush.
There were a few birds and they were a bit argumentative. I watched them out of my window for ages. The shed makes a great bird hide.
And then Lambie found me *** sigh ***. There is no hiding from Lambie.
I had to let him in to eat the tassles on my tablecloth, because he is obssessed.
For a diversion, and because I needed the exercise and to stretch my legs, I took everyone for a walk.