Well, Liz and I have finished painting at Dairy House. How does this look? Better? Apologies now, but this is nothing but a post showing off what I consider to be a great achievement against all adversity (if you've been following, you'll be with me on this one!) - my space at Dairy House Antiques, with as many photos as blogger will let me post at one time. There's a certain amount of repetition, but I'm hoping you'll excuse me on that one as I'm a tad tired tonight and if I fiddle around with this post much more I shall probably lose everything (thought I had a few minutes ago), and then I won't be happy!
I didn't get to take the photos until 6 o'clock this evening and I still haven't got everything in that I'd like, nor is everything exactly how I'd like it, but I'm getting there. We painted the walls Dulux (I think) Antique Cream which has made such a difference (look back to the blue walls if you're not sure!), and the whole effect is lighter, brighter and, according to this week's customers, a considerable improvement!
I'm there again on Saturday to stand in for the regular Saturday afternoon person and I hope to be able to tweak a bit here and there. The back of the car is still fairly full of stock which I'd hoped to display today, but there just aren't enough hours in the day, despite this being the longest one of the year.
P and I are off to see someone special tomorrow and meet up with some other special people. More on that over the weekend with a bit of luck. But first of all it's another trip to the physio with Mum first thing in the morning. I wonder what they'll think of her gardening japes!