We prepared the room for two guests.
Our guest came alone.
He was very charming.
I had dusted all the places I could reach.
Our guest was about 6 foot eight.
I offered a choice for breakfast: smoked salmon, free range eggs, ham, bacon, walnut bread, wholemeal multigrain bread, organic cereal, Crunchy nut cornflakes, weetabix, orange juice, apple juice, plain organic yoghurt, low fat fruit yoghurt, creamy fruit yoghurt, apricots, oranges, melon, strawberries, jam, marmalade,real butter..
Our guest ate: cornflakes and toast.
I made a chocolate cake.
Our guest did not eat it, but its not there now.
(Now I’m not Goldilocks..I’m Alice..’Curiouser and curiouser’..but it did say ‘EAT ME’)
I worked hard to prepare a feltmaking workshop for 12 people for two sessions.
I had 4 in the morning and 6 in the afternoon.
I made many Celtic Brooches and hairslides, in preparation for hordes of folkies passing through. There was Morris dancing outside so very few passed through.
I did sell some.
However we had a super day out yesterday. A visit to Gustav Klimt at The Tate Liverpool
A fantastic gallery with great exhibitions and a wonderful cafe where they do the most amazing rhubarb cheesecake .(Not Alice or Goldilocks...Mr Greedy now)
We had our lovely friend Denise with us. She mentioned
The Anthony Gormley works on the beach at Crosby.
She had never seen them so we decided to visit that on the way home.
It was absolutely wonderful to walk on the beach and feel the wind and be by the sea, even though it is partly industrial. It must have been the best weather so far this summer.
There are beautiful houses on the road overlooking the sea so we ooohhed and aahhed and decide which one we would like to live in.
One had belonged to the Captain of the Titanic.
The figures on the beach are enigmatic.....and naked
(This is number 88)
And now I'm home alone I have to tidy up again. You can't get down the hall for boxes and bags and......