It’s week 40 of Project 365, and there’s unusually, been a lot of crafting in the evenings. There’s also been a bit of time outside, but it’s definitely obvious that although the days are still warm, the evenings are getting a bit colder.
Onto my week 40.
On Sunday N wanted to stay on the farm again and go out with his dad, so I decided to get out for an early walk to nearby Wroxton Abbey. It’s now oddly, a private American university but you can walk in the grounds. It was really beautiful although not too many leaves had changed colour or fallen yet. Plus being out really early meant I was the only one there until I was on the way out and passed 2 other people.
On Monday, N decided he’d become a dog whisperer, and spent a while playing with our black labrador. It’s lovely to see them together and the dog’s been spending a lot of time at our front door, almost waiting for N to open the door to speak to her.
On Tuesday I nipped out for a walk at lunchtime and spotted a new gift shop had opened. I think it’s that an old shop closed and has reopened (again) as a new one. Even though it’s only October, the downstairs of the shop is mostly Christmas products, with a small section for Halloween. I’ve already spotted a couple of baubles that I shall be adding to my collection in a few weeks.
On Wednesday it was the first of our three crafting sessions after school and work this week. N had found the Hama beads, and made a star coaster.
On Thursday he’d moved on to button crafting, using up my stash!
On Friday we mooched around the garden looking for conkers and cutting the grass under the climbing frame. N played with the dog again, so I took some more flower photos.
Saturday was Blogon Win at Winchester Science Centre. I enjoyed the day, and N loved the goody bags on my return home. He was straight in there while I was sorting all the goodies out.