Daily Archives: August 27, 2012

‘April Evening’, Spine Poems and A Red Onion

1   We had wanted to go to Trelissick today but the rain was so heavy, we decided to postpone that visit and I’ve made do with my beautiful limited edition lino print, ‘April Evening’ by Isobel Ellis instead – sheep on the hill and The Carrick Roads in the distance.

‘April Evening’ by Isobel Ellis

2   I’ve had a happy afternoon creating  Spine Poems which I recently came across through this Freshly Pressed  site. I googled the term and find they’ve been around for ages. I hope you like the following:

From my cookery shelves

French Favourites

Picnics in the park –

Simply delicious!

Strong women

Gather together in my name

Strong minded women!

Badge of Honour!

Enough said!

Ain’t I a woman?



Speaks for itself

Walk Britain,

Discover Cornwall –


3   Slicing a red onion for supper tonight, I was struck again by the beauty under the skin.

Slice of red onion


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