and Happy Birthday to me LOL
I was out early.
Want to pack it in today.
Walked with my camera over my shoulder.
This is the cat from next door.
A cat called " Mouse"
he is quite daft.
Suns himself in the middle of the road.
Gives a supercilious look when cars beep their horn.
Then slowly heaves himself off the tarmac and lies under a car by the side of the road.
If he had fingers he would most certainly wave...if you catch my drift.
" Good Morning Mouse."
As I walked up Parsons Hill
There was a "tick, tick, tick " noise coming from behind.
A woman was walking with two ski sticks..and I know its meant to be great for you,
but its a wretched irritating noise behind you....Ha ha ...I let her overtake
......and took in the scenery
Stella used to live in Arundel many moons ago, but has lived in the US for many years.
She returns each summer to have her shot of Arundel.
As we came down towards Swanbourne Lake the app on my phone did its " Ta Dah"
Telling me Id done the 10,000 steps. 5 miles.
It was 6.4 miles by time I reached home.
Enough to have a glass or two of birthday wine and not feel guilty, maybe?
Here are some of the antique pieces in our latest collection.
Details to follow on all these pieces.
I'm trying to get updated on
and our own website but Oh the time just seems to go.
We just pulled one load of furniture out
of the studio and house and Nass and Russ
have replaced it with even more to work on.
I will have to work the night shift very soon I fear.
So, if you are interested to see before
and after pictures on what we
do with paint and decoupage,
Ill photograph as we go along.
We have Victorian bamboo tables "coming out of our ears".
Where DOES that saying come from?
I went to the most lovely wedding just recently.
My neighbours were married in the tiny village of South Stoke near Arundel.
My chum Allie and I worked on the flowers the night before.
Well, actually, thats NOT strictly true.
Allie worked on the flowers and I tested the wedding wine and watched.
I did occasionally offer a bit of help though. LOL
The most gorgeous setting
It's a 15th century church.
If you are in the US, hard to get your head around that one hey?
No electricity so late services are candle lit.
Jay, my son, and I went to a few Christmas Eve services here.
They make you cry, they are so lovely.
|The Lovely Lisa...gorgeous bride|
This wonderful ice cream comes from a place in Brighton.
Have a Great Day