I didn’t spent a great deal of time in the pottery January and February this year – finally knuckling down and concentrating on sorting out the kitchen and a few other jobs on the house. We’ve been here for 10 years in June and with bookings for my first course in May the house really ought to be welcoming and homely!
Now we’re into March and the first signs of spring are definitely in the air. It’s very quiet here at the pottery and the dawn chorus has been my alarm clock for the last few mornings. The garden has been blooming with snowdrops for some weeks now and the first daffodils are just beginning to wink glimpses of yellow.