But where is the sun?  Come BACK!  Our weather is the classic British “sunshine and showers”. 

Never really getting warmer than 16 degrees C and when it rains it really rains.  And its really wet. 
Well, yes, I know that’s obvious but this is really wet and cold rain. 

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Unfortunately this isn’t my garden….. nor my house.

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But I could certainly live somewhere like this.  Well, with central heating, double glazing and flushing loo’s.  Lets be honest – the Medieval manor house maybe beautiful and romantic but it was really smelly, draughty and cold.  Do you prefer colour or B&W?

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Beautiful bunch of flowers in the house.  Thanks darling 🙂

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Seen from the kitchen window – the grass is always greener on the other side.

 

Tomorrow the new studio….. yes I got in there working on Friday for a few hours…… then my whip lash started hurting again.  No fun.

 

Must go, DH has just returned from Berwick with a Chinese Takeaway.

3 thoughts on “Summer time……

  • 21/06/2009 at 1:23 pm
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    colour! do you suppose the manor-born use sheep for lawn-maintenance? sorry to hear that the whiplash is continuing to pain you (but yea for the studio completion).

  • 22/06/2009 at 4:46 pm
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    Beautiful flowers and a Chinese take-away, that's my kind of man!! We had some sun here today, hope it reached Northumberland as well.
    And I think I like the black/white picture best, very vintage looking!
    Hope you manage to have fun in your studio despite the whip lash, which must be realy aggravating!

  • 24/06/2009 at 12:27 am
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    Hi Helen,
    Ive just been catching up on you – for some reason your blog wasn't updating on mine. How lovely your studio is looking – all that promise of things to come and wonderful projects to get going on. I hope it gives you many mnay hours of pleasure.

    I haven't commented on all the posts I've missded but have had a good catch up. My your son is growing up fast.
    I would not like to live in a castlem- imagine the housework – servants would be requiredand I don't like cold an drafty.Your house looks much more friendly; I especially like the doorbell.
    Best Wishes from Chilly ( this year ) NZ.

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