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Busy Saturday

Saturdays are usually about either sewing all day or going into the village for a paper and having a coffee in the pub. 
So yesterday started with sewing at the Bramble Patch with Bren. Lots of Lutrador painting and FMQ. Lots more work for this one - but I'll keep you posted.
But it finished with me, DH and some friends sitting in a field watching Alvin Stardust and then Dr and the Medics. It's true - honest.
It was a fun eveing and they both did rally good sets. Lots of dancing an d a little drinking.
What have you all been up to?


Selina said…
You have been a busy bee! Been meaning to get in touch but been ill lately & lost your blog link when my laptop died.

Oh & I've been learning to knit!

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