Saturday, 6 October 2018

Coffee....

Although the Macmillan coffee morning was last week, we had ours this week after training. Ruby did reasonably well in the beginning but got better as time went on. The problem with being outside in the trainers yard is distractions, loads of them. Leaves, twigs, insects, shadows of flies, stones etc.

Once the weather turns cold, we will be in the barn. It currently doesn’t have heating but it is being fitted towards the end of the month.

After training we had a choice of two cakes plus doughnuts, a hot drink, plus chats. Hopefully they made some decent money for Macmillan.

The weather this week has been mild and dry. After this autumnal weekend, next week should be mild again. Currently busy baking.

Have a grand weekend everyone.


6 comments:

  1. Positively Hot yesterday here in Suffolk, nasty today. I didn't see or hear about a Macmillan coffee morning going on anywhere nearby

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    1. Friday 29th September apparently. I also didn't know of one until training last week.

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  2. I dream of whether like yours. Still sweltering where I live. Ruby is doing well, no more nasty burrs? Enjoy the fruits of your baking labors.

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    1. Not so far! Couldn’t do sweltering:(

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  3. I'd love some mild weather. We pottered at the allotment yesterday afternoon and it was cold so I tidied the sheds up a bit to keep out of the wind.
    It sounds as if Ruby is coming along really well- she is such a gorgeous girl.
    I baked a banana cake for J this week - first time I've baked for months!

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    1. Our soil is now bone dry again! Weird weather. Hopefully baking means you are feeling a little better. Ruby is certainly changing, turning more into a dog rather than a puppy.

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