January 29th

Chaos in the pub last night. A customer remarked that he wanted to shave his beard off and so Paul said he would do it for him then and there! Paul whisked out a tablecloth which he shrouded the man in and then produced …………a carving knife and cut off the beard with it!!   In the photo Paul is the one standing over the man in the tablecloth! He cut the man’s face several times during the process – I could not bear to watch!  Paul’s hand was not very steady due to the amount of whiskey he had drunk!  John took the photo with his phone – sorry it is not very clear, he is not very good with phones!  I will take my iPhone to the dinner in the pub tomorrow night and take lots of photos!!

I have put some Herb, Tangerine and Clover Felted Tweed in my shop at a reduced price – and I am expecting more Kid Classic in several shades on Monday / Tuesday.  Also I have updated the Debbie Bliss Cashmerino so that all current shades are showing – there are six new ones but I have only received five of them so far. All the new Rowan will come on Monday and I shall start putting it in my shop tomorrow as there is a lot and it takes a long time to do!

Going to cook dinner now – fish pie with a white wine sauce and mashed potato topping followed by home made profiteroles!  Back tomorrow.

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4 thoughts on “January 29th

  1. Wow, you get dinner with entertainment thrown in for free at that pub. I wonder if the customer was as drunk as Paul to let him shave his beard that way.

    Mary, Queen of Oil

  2. There was me thinking it was all like Lark Rise to Candleford in your neck of the woods, lol! Im imagining the man with the beard waking up in the morning and catching a glimpse of himself in the mirror, hee hee. He’ll think a rat ate his beard!

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