Damh the Bard played. He is wonderful and was brilliant about the fact the kids were being a little noisy.
Ohhh and I partook in a wonderful workshop; it was called Seasonal Songs; although not quite what I was expecting, I still really enjoyed it; and had a lot of fun singing - which isn't something I normally do around others because I'm very self conscious - I was once told I sing in the cracks of notes :-(
Once back home, the kids had tea, and then it was time to start packing and for my guests to begin their journey home, the lure of their own bed and home comforts urging Sarah to make the journey - have I mentioned how amazing this woman is? The energy she has when she's, what 4 weeks from term? I'm utterly shattered and I ain't pregnant!
Wonderful festival, although, I think running it over the 3 days was prehaps a bit too much - I think it's better as a 2 day event. Fabulous company with lots of chatter on an eve; talking from politics through to Art, looking at Colin's artwork again - his artwork is on his facebook; if you've not looked do so; there's a beautiful painting of Alice inspired by a scan photo.
I've so enjoyed the company, mind, I am looking forward to sleeping in my bed tonight :-)