Here we are Thursday and there is still snow on the ground and we had another couple of little flurries today. The chickens have ventured down closer to the house (well the gate is open for one thing) and if you leave the back door open, more often than not, if they are in the 'human' side of the garden, they will pop inside for a nosey. This was taken the other day during one of their investigations!
Brian was also on the news today. The pathway that goes down to the school has been a nightmare and especially for those with pushchairs. What with the slippery slush and unevenness due to the road slush going onto the path, even walking hasn't been fun. So, yesterday, armed with his snow shovel he set about clearing the path, today, he finished down to the school, quite a distance for one man and his shovel.
Dick from North Norfolk Radio came and did a radio interview which resulted in Brian being on their Facebook page and this afternoon, and on Graham's show his radio interview was aired. For those that don't know, Brian is a Pilot Officer in the RAF VR(T) Air Cadets and he forms part of the 1895 (Cromer) Squadron. So, if you live near Cromer and are 13-17 and are bored here is what they do. You can become a Civilian Instructor too! (That's my shamless plug!)
You can listen to the interview here should you so desire.
Meanwhile, back at the farm. I'm still suffering with the back and hip. Blasted pieces of anatomy. It's generally manageable it's just when the back goes into one and then the hip, which seems to be permanently 'humming' at the moment joins in. Back to work on Tuesday and hopefully the rest from driving and sitting on my bum for 8 hours a day will mean that I can get some normality back. I can't take the painkillers at work as they make me go a bit woo-woo (plus I can't drive if I take them!).
Finally, to finish up today. I got the stamp set Betsy's blossoms and Tea Shoppe out to play. Just a simple card for the evening.
May the crafting mojo be with you!