They brought me this beautiful candle holder/vase/whatever you wish that is just lovely and pleasingly large as well as chocolates and a bag of marzipan and liquorice eggs, two of my favourite flavours in one. I'll let you know what they are like come Easter.
The day the Danes departed we rushed off to our friends who live near Pickering in North Yorkshire for five nights cat sitting their elderly boy Panther.
Surprisingly since we spent so much time keeping Panther company, he gets a little anxious on his own, I haven't done that much knitting. However I have been making space in my knitting bag by using up some left over yarn to produce socks for Mr FF. I warned him they might not be a matching pair but it seems now, after much weighing, that the socks will be identical with not much yarn to spare
We got home on Sunday afternoon and life is returning to normal. Mr FF continues to try to source the perfect doors and windows for our lounge, we now have a builder on stand by for next month and I am delighting in the spring like weather and have ventured out twice now without a coat.
Our Danish friends went out to Lazio on Monday, they said it's unseasonably cold out there and their house is taking a while to warm up. I'm rather pleased we won't be leaving for a while yet if not exactly delighted at the thought of all that building work.