No photos for this one, but was it as cold for you as it was for me over at Dairy House yesterday? I kept the woodburner going fairly well for most of the day, which was a good thing because the model for a Country Living photoshoot was able to change from one thin dress into another one in front of it.
CL were shooting for a spring issue barely 100 yards away from DH and, provided the right photos are used, you could well see some Vintage to Victorian eiderdowns, blankets and fabric, and a couple of DH ticking bolsters in the April magazine. And we're promised a mention in the credits.
I've definitely decided we'll have a late night opening on 18 December, and hopefully combine it with a get together of the dealers. I've done a few flyers which are dotted around DH in case any customers are free to pop in. I shall keep it low-key as it's a last-minute decision. Perhaps next year we'll organise something a bit better. However, I now have to decide where to put an ad, or whether to just distribute some flyers around Shaftesbury. I'll have a chat with a couple of the dealers who will be in on Saturday and we'll see what we come up with.
I took Mum to the late-night shopping evening in Somerton this evening. It poured with rain, but the lights looked just as good as they do in the photos in the last post. We had a giggle or two, so I'm glad we went.
I still can't get my head round the fact that Christmas Day is 3 weeks today. Heyho ...