|Posted by drynosedog on August 28, 2013 at 8:10 AM|
Well, as the title and lack of recent blogs suggests, my blog has gone a little off track. I hadnt really given the blog much thought lately, as so much has been going on at Drynosedog HQ, and it was only upon the gentle critism of a friend did I realsie just how long it had been since I had entertained the world with my spouting of general paff. I think the fact that Edale Country Day actually had the presence of some sun this year probably knocked me sideways and left me in shock. To be fair though, I have never been all that sure if there is many people out there who are actually reading it, but after the recent blog drought, many a folk have asked me, "when-oh-when will you be updating the website?" It has made me realsie that the DrynoseBlog can only be described as an internet success that should not be rationed if at all possible.
Right, onto more pressing matters, like the fact its September. Which means I have yet again mis-placed three quarters of the year. Not my best move as September reminds me how close we are to attending Christmas markets, which I am not in the least bit prepared for. And with a studio relocation looking very likely, very soon, I can sense that this silly season is going to be particularly silly. Eek.
For now though, lets go back to this month. I attended the really very wonderful and totally quaint Sutton Bonington show again this weekend, which is starting to become one of my favourite summer events. Lots of familiar faces came to say hello, along with a few new ones, and a good number also bought a piece of glassware to add to their Drynosedog Designs collections, which is great. So thank you all for your support.
Im at Whittington Country and Craft fair this Saturday, and although I am unsure about the weather conditions as yet, I would urge you all to don a pair of wellies/sandals and come along. There is an utter feast of activities, stalls and general country loveliness all for your entertainment. That will be my last event til October, when Im at the Great Peak District Fair at The Pavilion Gardens in Buxton again. Do I need to tell you all what a great day out this one is with loads of oppurtunities to purchase locally produced, hand made goodies and delicious home grown, home cooked food which supports your local economy whilst getting you something special, unique and delicious? That its all in one place under the cover of the glorious Octogan Hall, which not only shelters you from the elements but provides eating and drinking respite too? No, I thought not. See you there x