Normal service has been resumed, albeit a day early as I am out tomorrow and Wednesday, and Christmas is tucked up again in it's cupboard for another year.
This was our landing two days ago during which time another two large bags of fabrics joined the pile. I have been collecting all sorts of fabrics for making rag rugs for several years, but the process of rag rugging is quite hard on the hands and I don't think I shall be making any more. Everything is now with the local secondary school art and textile department. I was delighted to find it all a good home and they were delighted to accept it.
I feel so sorry for those affected by floods - it must be truly awful. The forecasters keep saying that the weather will remain changeable. I don't think changeable is the right word for it - it seems to be stuck in a rut and we keep getting the same, over and over again.
It isn't cold, so I won't say 'Keep warm'. Just keep dry and roll on some seasonal weather then perhaps we can all look forward to proper a spring.
I've just had a lovely thought. Now I have cleared out so many books I have room for some new ones!