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Coffee Shop, Bookshop and Hometime

24 Jun

1   After taking J to school we went shopping with Grandbaby T going first to a delightful coffee shop, Harris and Hoole, where we had been told that T likes to have a gingerbread person. Along with the biscuit, T was given a small tube of icing so that she could decorate her own gingerbread. What a splendid idea and one that I will pass on to our favourite coffee shop at home. Have a look here for the story behind the name, relating to Samuel Pepys!

Decorating my gingerbread person

Decorating my gingerbread person

Tiles at the coffee shop

Tiles at the coffee shop

2   Next we stopped off at the bookshop where T was very excited to be going to choose another book and raced ahead of us as soon as we got inside the door.

I'm off to buy a book!

I’m off to buy a book!

3   At the end of the day it was a pleasure to collect J from school – such a responsible big boy!

J coming home from school

J coming home from school

 

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4 responses to “Coffee Shop, Bookshop and Hometime

  1. Hudson Howl

    June 27, 2014 at 2:39 pm

    Harris + Hoole = new age java @ street level, nothing high and mighty about them so it seems, like some coffee shops…a different way of saying what I alread said in my other comment .

    Child in racing for the books a sight for sore eyes. Not to sound pessimistic, but I truly hope she’ll be able to take her grand child book shopping -book stores are dropping like flies here. I guess the times are a changing -books will survive in clouds, I real should buy me one of those gadgets.

    A picture of responsibility in a neat little package -brought a smile I suspect.

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  2. babyjill7...Marilyn Griffin

    June 25, 2014 at 1:48 pm

    nothing better!…than a day with the grandkids…watching them is the best!…

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  3. Colline

    June 24, 2014 at 10:52 pm

    My children have always enjoyed decorating their own cookies – and then eating them afterwards 🙂

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  4. Charlie@Seattle Trekker

    June 24, 2014 at 7:38 pm

    What a wonderful world (http://youtu.be/E2VCwBzGdPM). Louis Armstrong got it right…Love the photos.

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