So - this is my 300th post! I started this blog, then known as The Interrupted Gardener, back in November 2008 as an encouragement for me to get back to the land. Who knew where that intention would lead?? In the beginning, it was a very wordy affair - not many pictures, and very bad ones at that - but time moves on and, I hope things have improved a bit.
I love sitting down every night or so and sharing snippets of our world with you all - trivial though it may be, in the grand scheme of things. I am so happy that people read my musings and even take time out to respond to them - very humbling indeed. Thank you - thank you so much,
When I was a child, I used to take my Saturday threepenny bit down to the local grocer's shop to buy sweets. A favourite purchase was a Lucky Bag - a paper bag with a selection of different sweets, a small plastic toy, a balloon, and if you were really lucky - a packet of transfers (fake tattoos).
As a thank you to everyone for reading and following our exploits, I have made up a special Hebridean Lucky Bag Giveaway -
So - inside this very desirable shopper from the foody heaven that is the Cross Stores in Ness, I have packed a choice selection of various handmade Hebridean crafty goodies, cards, and books. If you would like a chance to win this lovely bag full, then please leave a comment at the end of the post.
If you are a follower, your name will be entered twice - feel free to join us. Comments can be left until 22nd July, when my grandson Finlay will be asked to draw the winning name!
I am happy to ship this worldwide.
Thanks again for reading and best of luck. xxx