Yesterday was a great day. Some painting in the morning and then walking in the bright Northamptonshire sunshine with friends after lunch at my favourite pub, the Plough at Everdon. Should you ever be in want of some fabulous scenery to walk in and a delicious home cooked lunch in a cosy country pub, it’s the place to be but ssshhh… Don’t tell everyone! To top that, in The Furrow (a lovely bric-a-brac) shop in the pub garden, I found an excellent prop for paintings, an old petrol can with chipped paint. The sort of thing hat makes my heart sing. THEN, if that we’re not enough, I arrived home to find, on my doorstep a package containing the most delicious homemade jam and marmalade sent by one of my lovely readers, how thoughtful was that! I am always knocked sideways by extraordinary acts if kindness that come out of the blue – thank you Annie! After that, another delicious meal cooked by a friend I hadn’t seen in too long. What a great day indeed. If this continues, they will have to roll me onto that plane next week. Here are some snowdrops which were a belated Christmas present requested in November. It had to wait for the arrival of spring.
What a beaut!
8″x8″ oil on gessoboard – SOLD