It was a wet and windy day here as storm Eunice passed through. We watched the trees in the park sway and the fallen leaves blowing around but fortunately have no damage to report. Some people in the village are without power but we kept ours - just as well as although we have plenty of candles and a gas hob my planning had not stretched to buying matches or a lighter! So I lit a candle from the hob when I got up and kept it burning all day, just in case.
We spent the day unpacking the last of the boxes ( which contained pictures), sorting through all our pictures and hanging as many as we could on the walls.
I spent an hour in the afternoon working on a picture of a great tit with watercolour pencils which I think is just passable.
It is my third attempt at this little bird and it is time to move on - I have a cute little blue tit to work on next. I was a lot happier with these crab apples which I worked on earlier in the week.
I had planned to complete my lacy sock during the evening but didn,t quite have time before Death in Paradise followed by a couple of episodes of a new series we are catching up on called Hidden.
Anyway, here is my almost sock
and as I think I mentioned in my last post, a picture of my best ever heel turn!
It was good to be working along with my other FNSI friends again and many thanks to Wendy for getting us all together again.