The frothy waves crashing along the shoreline are mesmerising, the only sign of life apart from ourselves are the gulls. You really do feel like you are on the edge of the world. The power and strength in the water is a little daunting but exhilarating at the same time.
I have already painted some of the rocks red and black to make ladybirds and give the front garden a little colour, as a temporary measure. Two of the larger ones will be perfect for the gates.
I also painted a couple of small ones that you can just see on the edge of the plant pot, a little ladybird family. I also painted noughts and crosses on some and used a manhole cover for the board. A little fun for when the children visit.
July is nearly upon us so we are starting to get a little excited as it is July that our first little visitors arrive. We have been busy ensuring all the familiar toys are unpacked and that we have lots of new things for them to explore. We decided against trying to fit wardrobes into attic bedrooms, preferring a simple chest of drawers. I did want a little something so that clothes could be hung if required so I have decorated some wooden hangers and put some hooks on the wall.
Simple but effective storage solution for our guests and made with love.
Back to sheep with a few gulls thrown in.
Back to reality and some dirty windows that really do need my attention.
See you soon.