What a very wet and windy week it has been here on the Isles, with gales and hailstorms battering off the windows more often than not. Nonetheless, it was a very busy time for us - lots of business-ey type things had us leaving the fireside and heading into Stornoway most days this week. Not much time for photography or for computers at all. Let's just say it has been a purposeful week - it included:
A visit to the smart new dental facility, with it's jolly yellow door. I am very glad to finally be on the list here - travelling back to the mainland for check-ups was not very convenient.
I have started going to a Gaelic class - good fun, several people there that I know, and a couple of hours away from the house, along with my knitting. This week we talked about the weather, (you really need to be able to do that here), learned how to tell the time, and played pictionary - all anns a' Ghaidhlig!
I have been doing a lot of research into cheese. My first batch is currently underway!
And I am studying for my livestock transport licence test in a couple of weeks.
There were a couple of breaks in the weather, when it felt really quite springlike. One of the hens is laying again, so it must be on it's way. We all rushed out to soak up as many of those luxes as we could.
And there was even a rare sighting of the Lewis Panda!
Just a few random happenings from my week - wishing you all a wonderful and joyous seven days. xx