Welcome to this week’s Blog Share Wednesday!
We are here to support UK based artisans, designers and makers – simply everyone who has a creative business. Whether you are just starting out or have a more established business, you are very welcome to join us.
If this is your first time here, have a look at our simple rules before you link your blog post.
Since we are just starting, the link will be open for the whole week, just to give everyone a chance to get involved and catch up with all the wonderful blogs.
So, how is your week shaping up?
Well, in our house, the paraphrase of the saying ‘What a difference a week can make….’ was certainly true! All of a sudden (well, not quite suddenly, but that’s a story for another blog post!) my husband has found himself with plenty of time on his hands. And he decided that apart from his running and volunteering with the local Mencap (as if that wasn’t enough already!) he wanted to help out with my business. To be fair, it’s not like he hasn’t been helping already. From the day one, he was always there for me, listening to my crazy ideas and helping with our chocolate stall at various fairs. But this time he wanted to get involved even more…
So, as I type this blog post I have new e-mails confirmations popping up every few minutes in my mail box, as my husband is listing our chocolate and bread making courses on a local ‘What’s on in Kent’ website. It’s one of those jobs that is always at the bottom of my ‘to do list’ because whilst it’s hugely useful to add the listings, it’s also very time consuming and there is always something else that needs my attention first. I hope I don’t even need to say this, but I’m very grateful that he has decided to take on this task!
This week has been definitely full of surprises and unexpected events in our household, but what about your week? Has something unexpected happened that made you smile? Or change the way you do things? Or just simply hasn’t happen before?
But enough of talking, lets get linking, commenting and sharing!
Look forward to reading all your blogs!