I can’t believe how cold it is tonight: so cold, in fact, that I’ve lit my fire – and this is the summer solstice, what’s more! After some blustery nor’west winds this morning it’s been overcast and damp since early afternoon – dreich, I think my mother would have called it, gey dreich 🙂
And for those who haven’t a clue what I’m talking about, a little definition of dreich:
We are now running workshops so you can turn your broken china into lasting jewellery treasures.
Design and create your own unique hand made gifts out of broken china.
Join us for a fun day and make yourself some gorgeous jewellery.
To secure your place email us today at firstname.lastname@example.org
In our opinion crockery is an unconditional unifier. It creates a level playing field, everyone has a story or idea about it, and it can bring cultures and generations together. Not only that but it is incredibly beautiful, can be with you everyday, and pretty much demands a cup of tea and a cake.
And here’s a link to their “About Us” page on their website:
Clever little clogs, aren’t they?
Time to close this off and hit the sack, so here’s the offering for the ninth day of Christmas – mostly cats and flowers tonight! (Just for a change …)