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Three children *** One big, grey dog *** Two parents *** Country loving *** Cottage dwelling in the South-West of the UK. That’s us!

We’ve been blogging since January 2010.

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Just a thought….

“A moment spent in wonder is worth a lifetime spent in awe.”

 

Life

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  • Sharon Parry Oh my word I so wish that I could produce something as amazing as that! It was a big risk, I imagine, because you never... 21 Sep
  • Louise (Little Hearts, Big Love) Glad to hear you've got your Aga back and that knitted hoodie looks lovely and cosy. I like the look of your gadget for peeling... 20 Sep
  • Craft Mother Fingers crossed indeed. 20 Sep
  • Craft Mother Thank you, Jo. I am blushing. It is such a simple pattern and took me no time to knit, that I'm not sure I deserve... 20 Sep
  • Anna Yes tweens....it's so true....I always make sure I get exact instructions from my nearly 11 year old on what she wants. She does luckily still... 20 Sep
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Time to smile

"God has an inordinate fondness for stars and beetles."

- J B S Haldane

Debs Random Writings

seasonal

And out came the knitting needles

Looking out of the window this morning, my eyes were transfixed by our box hedge. It was liberally dotted with equisite, tiny nets, embellished with even tinier sparkling, clear spheres of water. Arranged with precision. The spiders had been busy. In all fairness, the webs are always there, it just takes the right conditions for them to hold on to the water droplets and put on an eye catching display. Rain in this case.

Oh! Look at the spider webs. They are so pretty“, I beamed.

My husband didn’t look up from his coffee duties. No need. Spider webs in the box hedge are hardly ground breaking news around here, and we are talking about the first coffee of the day.

Yeh. Getting autumnal,” as he poured the coffees into cups.

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Happy Summer Solstice

First poppy flower opened yesterday in our garden. A dance of joy. Everyone dragged out to admire.

First petal fell today. Oh. Too soon….

Sigh.

There is always a silver lining. Just a question of looking.

Like the arrival of a poppy flower fairy. Must be the first of the year.

Happy Solstice!

 

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Out

Sometimes you just need to take the bull by the horns and go for it. I guess that’s why so many people have the childhood memory of sitting on a seafront promenade, eating soaked fish and chips in the rain. Hood up. As they look out over the sea, they promise themselves that they will never ever put their own children through the experience. (But of course they do. We all do.)

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