Freya Rose Blossom is our little star so we thought we would like to share her fame with everyone.
Besides Freya being our little star, it was a much better photo to start the post with than this one.
The guys are back and getting stuck into the serious business of demolishing the house next door...
There is a protective net around the house, that comes very close to Soggibottom.
When I say close, I mean close. You might also notice sandbags in the corner by the wall, we made good use of them over the last couple of days.
Last Thursday night it was a close call, we were expecting the water to come around the corner again. New flood gate in and all sandbagged at the back. We were ready.
It's amazing how inventive you can be when it's needed. We got ready for a flood again and low and behold our lucky fairy must have been watching us because all of a sudden.
The water stopped here, right beside the scaffolding poles of the cottage next door, by the entrance to the park.
This is the view on Thursday morning, the rain started and never stopped.At least we didn't have snow like the rest of the country.
Thursday was also the day that Karina's felt art was framed and went onto the wall, it looked so good until I promptly knocked it accidentally. It fell, and the frame fell to bits. It's now on it's way to be framed properly and not with a brought do it yourself frame.
There are things we are good at and things we're not so good at. Framing isn't on our good list.
The water has gone and the cottage is dry and back to it's beautiful old self today.
The guys have been working hard again this morning, the chimney's of the cottage next door are down.
As usual Freya can be found over at the cat flap cavalier. Miss Nosy will miss the demolition crew on their day off tomorrow.
Have a great weekend, we'll be back next week.