What a brilliant evening that was! Thanks Sue, for your company and KJ and L, for the ticket for my birthday – a real treat.
It’s still windy and we went to see the waves at Portreath. We were not disappointed!
I have finished Helen Dunmore’s last novel, Birdcage Walk, today and it was as gripping as suggested, a thriller that can’t be put down, especially the last third. I love her poetry too.What a loss to the literary world.
The buds of the creamy white Aquilegia in the bunch that I was given last week have now opened and are very lovely.
From my seat across the kitchen, I noticed the lovely reflection of the satsumas in the work top.
It pleases me that sometimes there is a serendipitous linking between my photos – today the warmth of the golden colours.
I could only stay for half tonight’s Inglehearts’ session as we were booked to see Vivaldi by Candlelight at The Hall for Cornwall. In the corridor at the school was another paper sculpture lantern – The Troon.
We thoroughly enjoyed the concert by The Locrian Ensemble.
The moss is very brightly green along Lovers’ Lane, our quick circuit walk.
There are still some beautiful Hydrangea flowers in a neighbour’s garden.
I’ve been knitting some little boots for the newest member of our family, a Great Niece born just before Christmas. We’ll post them off tomorrow.