So this week we have had the sad demise of Hetty the ex battery hen, seen above in happier times risking life and limb with the cat. (Actually he wouldn't dare hurt the chickens, one twitch of his whisker and they would chase him off). Now of course we are contemplating additions to our little flock.
Inevitably after joining Lovefilm we've been watching films Kinky Boots and Mr Blanding Builds His Dream House.
Outside by the sea we've been walking on Cromer Pier and the joys of country living continue with pruning in the orchard. After a hard days work outside it's nice to come into a supper of something warm and filling like Pork & Bramley Apple Bake especially when you've grown the apples yourself.
This week in the books to read and keep section of Renaissance Newsletter we've looked at a book you're all bound to love, Home by Anita Kaushal in fact we bet some of you already have it on your book shelf.
We must have spent a long time browsing the internet this week because we've found several blogs new to us, all well worth a visit:
Browsing blogs has given us a date for the diary with Donna Flower's Open House Sale definetly one for lovers of all things vintage.
We've also been inspired by Alicia Paulson and Cherry Menlove to start posting over at Renaissance Children's Notebook for the first time since January.
It hasn't just been browsing on the internet we've also manage to load some new items to the Renaissance shop .
By the way we'd still love to hear your opnion on the Shovel Birdhouse
Wishing you all a lovely weekend.