(......it's a dibber!!!)
However, on a positive note I did make £112 plus whatever is in the collecting tin for St Catherine's and the remaining stock is going to be taken to work by my brother and SIL to hopefully generate more sales.
In true 'Oscar' style I would like to thank the following people whose lovely contributions to my table were very gratefully received. Eunice, who made delightful decorations and bookmarks and Sue who produced gorgeous gift tags. My Dad also helped by knocking out lots of wooden bits and pieces down the shed on his fancy lathe, my auntie donated several jars of chutney and marmalade and my parents' friend Jean knitted the fabulous bags. Thank you all.
Last night after all the 'fun' of the fair, the village christmas lights were switched on. No celebs here I'm afraid, just the chairman of the Residents Association! Dad booked a table in the local boozer and we all went down for a feed and joined in the festivities which included free fairground rides for the kids,
(I rather like this arty shot)
and a game of 'guess what the bloke outside is singing' for the adults!
You'd think I'd be putting my feet up tonight after months of crafting but no, I've got to start making my xmas cards now. I know how to live, eh!
What have you been doing this weekend ?