You may have read that someone has started a petition to have a second referendum re the EU exit and, quite naturally, this is being seen as being sore losers. The petition is gaining in popularity - over 3 million people have voted in the last two days. The irony is that this petition was started by a staunch brexit supporter who believed that they were going to lose and wanted to argue that a narrow victory for remain was not lawful. He set this petition up before the vote and now, clearly, regrets his actions. Don't you just love life?
Well, we may not have sorted put border issues etc but today sees the start of reclaiming my bedroom borders! Because it was not in direct sunlight, a large amount of craft stuff was dumped in there and I am going in. Hopefully I will see some progress by the end of the week, or sooner, but please send a rescue party if you don't hear from me! It's so bad that I am not even posting a before picture!
After church I made start with making my tiny hexagon flowers - truthfully I had tacked some last night and this morning but they do take a long time to sew up due to the fiddly nature.
The other task, apart from tidying and decluttering, was to wash the large dog's bed. I bought it when Kate was alive and needed some comfort but it is far too big and I just don't have room for it in my small house now so I am going to donate it to the local dog's rescue centre - along with some old bedding that I hope will be of some use.
Meanwhile Daisy has turned into a sheep killer! Well - just the knitted sheep form some homemade bunting - and I rescued it in time!