Well, this is my first post on my new blog!
HI! to anyone who has been re-directed from the Pumpkin Press, and HI! again, to anyone new! I hope you enjoy visiting my blog as much as I will enjoy....well, blogging on it!
I've just got back from a fabulous and memorable, memorable holiday in Perigord.
In a little medieval market town on the river Dronne, there is THE MOST AMAZING brocante. It's housed in a cave, yes, you read that right, a cave. When you walk in it takes a little while for your eyes to adjust to the dim light, and the smell of a million fusty books, vintage hankerchieves, reams of antique ribbon and lace and general curiousness, fills your nose.
I went in nearly everyday of my stay, and became rather fond of the proprietress, 'Madame Grotte", as I nick named her. I have a very strong affection for eccentric old ladies, and Madame Grotte is currently top of my list.
Each evening, in the peace of our gite's garden, I would unload that particular day's treaures...here is some of my hoard...
So, it's a little dark for taking any photos this evening, but watch this space for what I have created with all my goodies I brought back.
See you in the morning!