A Sunny Morning over the village
I've started to let people know of our intention to move.
One neighbour kindly said that they were "stunned and saddened"
Mrs Trellis was more pragmatic " How lovely, pastures new!" She trilled as her bobble hat wagged in the wind.
I've also had quite a few " we will miss you statements" which is nice but I am in no doubt there will be an Occasional pleased expression to our news..especially the by the villager who I had a run in with on Monday night after her unleashed staffie had belligerently faced off William who was helpless on his lead. Her dog got a swift kick for her trouble and I got sent a " You walk round the village as if you own it" social media comment......
It's interesting how people see you.
I've just resigned from the newly formed community Association and my next step is to get the flower Show Committee together to discuss the future of the show.
I suspect that the show will end if a new secretary cannot be found!
I have someone coming to view the good quality hen houses on Sunday and joy of joys now have a potential new owner for the skittish and lonely Irene. Dear friend and former blogger Sue ( and her lovely hubby) have kindly offered to adopt her.....so at some stage in the future all we have to do is catch her!
A dear friend told me this morning that he always liked my optimistic nature.
Onwards and upwards dearhearts!