I've been a negligent blogger as of late. One would think that I had run out of stories to tell, but one would be wrong. It's been a busy couple of weeks Chez Happy - a wedding, overnight company (human and canine), water dripping into the dining room, a golf tournament, and a horrible incident with some knitting needles.
Until I'm able to sit down and fill in the details of what I've written above, Henry asked me to post the following.
While we were home visiting my dad and Ivy in St. George, NB, Henry and I popped in to see Beth - a very dear friend of ourse - at her place of business.
Beth and her husband, David own Granite Town Farms. They harvest blueberries and Beth has developed all sorts of amazing products. Henry tried to choose just one:
First, he perused the shelves of the condiments - sauces, syrups, jams, spreads...
He really liked these candles. I explained to him that they are made with natural ingredients. No artificial blueberry scent here:
Flo Grieg, a potter from Gagetown. Henry and I both agreed that these would be a great purchase. We're already huge fans of Beth's blueberry tea, so we decided that these would be perfect for a nice liesurely cuppa.
(For those of you who are wondering - Beth's products - Granite Town Farms - are available at some local shops - I've seen some things at Jennifer's Of Nova Scotia. They do internet orders as well. If you're shopping online, I highly recommend the blueberry syrup. Your ice cream will never be the same again.)