It’s moving into evening now and things (including me ) are slowing down.
Even now I can’t believe how smoothly the day went, though this is probably just setting me up for a horrible surprise next year.
One child bumped his head during the course of a trailer ride.
We lost a number of our salt dough flowers. You could consider it theft or you could consider it a compliment.
Somebody asked for their money back because they didn’t like the pizza (and it wasn’t me cooking this time!)
There were several complaints at queues for food.
As far as I know, that’s the lot.
I feel it’s a little ungrateful to complain about queuing for food.
The kitchen team gave their time for nothing and several of them also gave a couple of days to preparing food. Considering our limited facilities I think they did a brilliant job, and so did many of the people who provided feedback. People also liked the education/activity area and despite my record of upsetting parents and teachers I survived the day unblemished.
We have a list of things needing improvement, even if none of the visitors spotted them – number one being more paint on the bread-shaped shed, which looks a bit anaemic. However, when you consider that Men in Sheds did the bulk of the work in one afternoon, and still found time to make the finger posts and various other things, it worked quite well.
We used over 300 salt dough shapes and 120 spoons for scarecrows, so guess what I’m making on Wednesday?
Tomorrow? Day off. 😉
NEWS FLASH: all three eggs we put in the incubator have now hatched. All chicks now doing well despite my misgivings about one of them.