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The deluge continues and I have taken a break from gathering my animals together in pairs to put pen to paper as they used to say in the old days.
Our purchase of some new hens last week turned out to be very timely as when I went to check for eggs in the original chicken hut the other day I was confronted with the sight of a very dead chicken. Dark Sun is no more. I don’t know what happened but it is the first time one of our hens has had a ‘natural’ death, a couple of others meeting an untimely and undignified end at the hands (paws) of a new pup. The cockerel, Darth (don’t ask), who hatched at the same time is bereft at the loss of his sister but still makes an awful lot of noise and I suspect the neighbours are sorry that it was she who went first.
Anyway to cheer myself up and to celebrate my vintage shop’s 1000th sale (well, the next one will be the 1000th), I have put the whole shop on sale for the very first time just for the weekend so if you fancy having a virtual browse around a French flea market without getting wet, come and have a look.
Have a great weekend – I hope you are having better weather than we are. I’m off to light the fire – it’s only the 31st May in the south of France after all.
This is my most recent, ‘can’t part with’ vintage item.
It makes me want to bake teeny tiny sweet delicacies for when the vicar comes round. I’m not sure which of those scenarios is the most unlikely but you know what I mean!
Does anybody know why this has the raised fluted sides when these little cake stands are normally more like plates? I’d be intrigued to hear.