This Saturday found me at the Farmers Market in Tetsworth and Lovely Hubby at home putting together our new shed. Jason jetted off up the motorway to Preston to help one of his mates celebrate his 22nd birthday, and then he was heading even further up the M6 to visit his Dad for Fathers Day on Sunday.
After a couple of hours at the Market I nipped into Thame to buy LHs reading material for the week, all the Farming weeklies and then it was home to lend a hand with the shed, how he had managed to get so far on his own amazed me....clever boy!!
By the end of the day we had a recognisable shed (that could stand up all by itself).
After a quick inspection by Jemima it was deemed safe to leave until Sunday for the finishing touches.
The picture at the top of this post is of a little egg that we found next to the chicken house, I think someone is going into miniatures!!
Next to a pound coin it gives you an idea of it's size, I'll be keeping this one for posterity.
Wow that is small! I love your chick egg cup, it's so sweet. have a great week.ReplyDelete
It looks like a first egg to me. I remember our bids laying similar ones. They used to call them 'witches eggs' in olden times.ReplyDelete
I thought that too, but my girls are 18 months old and have all been laying since they were young!ReplyDelete