Wednesday, 8 December 2010

Christmas Events - The End

I attended the Cullen Christmas Fair this evening - my last event for this year. It has been such a busy season, that I'm quite glad to be slowing down.

The young children put on a small show; dancing and singing, dressed as reindeer and ballerinas. Have to say, it brought tears to my eyes, thinking my daughter will be like that soon.

On the way home I popped in to Forsyth's Deli in Cullen. They had a late night shopping evening with wine and nibbles, although hot chocolate for me as I was driving. I slowly browsed the shop and ended up buying some Wookey Hole Cheese - it is cave aged cheddar and very tasty, sun-dried tomato crackers and some local chutneys, and had a feast when I got home.

It is very interesting the history behind Wookey Hole Cheddar - find out here.

Work is now slowing down with the end of Christmas events, but now have an order to make some dishes for a local distillery - more about that when it becomes publicised.

Kathryn, Lazy Daisy Glass xxx


Starfish Studio said...

Be sure to take plenty of tissues when your daughter is taking part in any school plays - I really struggle every time! Tonight will be the last time one of my kids ever takes part in a primary school Christmas play :(

Lazy Daisy Glass said...

You are right Kate, I will definitely have the tissues - I'm just getting too soppy (getting worse with age!!)