On Sunday I went off to Lannion, for a troc. Again a beautiful warm sunny day and everyone was in good spirits. The boulangeries were doing well selling croissants and pain au raisins etc. As always I enjoyed looking out for different things, this time more old buttons and a very unusual jug. The drive there and back through the countryside was just so enjoyable and I sang some of the songs I'd learnt with the choir.
When I got home a friend had called and brought a whole branch of cherries from her garden,luckily there were some left for me. Malcolm cooked me two sardines left from his lunch and that was followed by some cherries, delicious.
I live in a late 18th century farmhouse or longere
with my husband .
I taught Art in England for over 35 years and have always done my own work.
We moved to France over 12 years ago and and continue to work on the renovation of the house and making the garden. I make many things out of old textiles and also sell vintage sheets etc.
I have had over 6 exhibitions of my art work since living here and in the summer manage a small art gallery in a nearby village. I make home made cards and other ephemera.