What on earth is going on with this British weather? We are almost at the end of March and have seen no sign of spring and this morning I awoke to another smattering of snow and escaped chickens! I knew something wasn't quite right as Max was back and forth with a worried look upon his face. I had a quick search as I thought that perhaps there was a puddle of even a pile on the floor!
It had been so windy that the latch on the run had opened and there was the girls clucking loudly and running amock around the garden. Matilda was head down and arse up in the soil of my fruit border where I have one scarggly tayberry bush and a small prickly gooseberry bush, it all looks so sad and desolate in the garden.
When I opened the door the girls were trying to come in, cheeky little things. I grabbed the bowl of scraps and they all came flapping down the garden with me and are all now safely back in the run tucking into a feast.
It has been another busy week. I have been preparing for the opening of Wigglywoo's Craft Emporium on Monday. I am just enjoying a quick coffee in peace before heading back over to carry on with arranging and sorting out the warehouse.
I am at a craft fair tomorrow, which will be my last one for a while and hopefully I will be able to get out into the garden once more and get on with one of my other great passions of growing my own vegetables.
I hope you all have a great weekend, until next time X