Wednesday, December 08, 2010

Winter Wonderland

Baby it's cold outside, -15 to be precise! We had snow for 10 days on the trot, fun at first, then very frustrating! The log pile is diminishing rather quickly, but at least we're keeping cosy!

These photos were taken at the beginning of last week, we've probably had another 10" on top of this, about 2 1/2 ft in total! Gregg and I walked into the village as it would have taken us as long to dig out the car and the driveway! It was hard going trudging through the snow but beautifully still and sparkly.

The studio is cosy and busy! I had my mum up for 10 days, stranded here! So I made the most of it and got through the orders, the biggest problem was getting them to the Post Office, but we're managing, just! So I'm now having to be mummy by day and demon sewer by night to keep on top of things...............but it's all good.

Sadly I had to miss the Green Gallery Fair, it snowed all day on Friday, the roads were awful and I didn't want to leave the bub and G stranded with no was such a hard decision to make, but I think it was the right one. The Fair went well and lots of people turned up, which was great, especially after the huge effort that Becky puts in every year to make it such a special event.

Anyway, there's one week left for people to buy some Primrose Hill loveliness on-line before Christmas, we have a few goodies in our Not on the High Street shop. If there's anything else you've seen before and isn't in the shop, just give me a call or drop me a note.
You can also follow us on Twitter now too, it's quite good fun and so many lovely folk out there!
L x


Button Patch said...

Beautiful photos but I suspect its probably a bit much now. I'm enjoying following you one twitter.

Lilly said...

Beautiful photos!
I'm a bit jealous actually, I live in Norway, and you've got more snow than we do at the minute!

Nancy said...

Where is Alth? What country are you in?

Primrose Hill said...

Hi Nancy,
We're in Perthshire Scotland! Thankfully all of the snow is gone now, just a few little bits of ice left!
L x