....yes,poo that is! Mixed with lots of half chewed up hay - perfect for the garden! Might not look like much there, but that's about 5 bucket loads with the front end loader, dropped over the fence into the house yard. I came home to that last Sat. afternoon, which was a wonderful surprise as I had planned to cart it from the yards in the wheelbarrow! William loaded a tip-truck to take home plus there's a pile almost this size again outside the yards. So you know what I've been doing this weekend...
The annual Sale for 2014 has ended, so now I can bring out some of the new fabrics that have been lurking in the back room. Thank you to all for your great support. So grateful also, to Terryann, who has been a huge help to me in the shop. Firstly during those early frantic sale days and since then, each Thursday which has allowed me to attend to jobs at home.
The first components of the solar pump are due to be delivered tomorrow, but just not sure when installation will be complete. However, it's not too far away.
Something else that has pleased me immensely over the past couple of weeks is that we have a whole new band of sewers in town. Almost all are brand new to sewing, young mums plus others that have found their sewing mojo after a few years away. This is all thanks to Amanda who has been conducting sewing classes for garments. New machines have been purchased, others have placed orders for Christmas. They are all super enthusiastic and had a ball during the sale.
That's about it from me tonight, it's been a long, busy day and I'm ready for some shut-eye.
Talk soon, Sandy.