(Last winters snow, 'cos we really haven't had anything worth taking a photograph of here.)
Some of you I know are having an awful time with the snow, the chaos it brings along with the bone chilling cold.
Here in my part of the East Midlands we really haven't had that much snow, a centimetre maybe just enough to make walking precarious and the thought of driving, well nerve wracking. It's rare for roads to get gritted here.
It probably won't be a surprise to you that the snow is disrupting mail deliveries in some areas. So, given that Christmas is coming and many of you are sewing for your families there is a possibility that some mail will get held up and take a little longer to get to you.
To help minimise this kind of disruption I've decided to send all my packages out as recorded signed-for for now. Just until things return to normal. (The shop will only charge for first-class delivery where applicable. Orders of £45 and more are free)
I know that Royal Mail are saying that in some areas they won't be able to guarantee that recorded-signed for will actually mean 'next day' delivery but I'm hopeful that it will mean that at some point the packages I'm sending out will reach their destinations as a priority once things start moving smoothly again.