Graveyard Stomp, Yellow Lane and White Primroses

28 Feb

Our project, Until the day Break, stories from the graveyard, moves on apace. On Sunday we had the most amazing afternoon with people who came to find out more and to volunteer as actors, makers, helpers and more and goodness, there was some talent in the room. It was wonderful to hear our stories being brought to life.  This morning Sue and I stomped around St Euny Graveyard with a journalist, Kirstie,  from the magazine Cornwall Today. We told her about the project and about our excitement that it is coming together. She is going to write an article about it all for the May edition.




One of our Perthi Kov crew just happened to be riding by and came up the lane to meet us all.


After that windblown adventure, I went for lunch with some lovely friends. I just had to stop on one of the lanes to take this photo to show you the daffodils. There was no traffic about!

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In lovely Sue-next-door’s garden there are some very pretty white Primroses.



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5 responses to “Graveyard Stomp, Yellow Lane and White Primroses

  1. utesmile

    March 1, 2017 at 7:20 am

    Your daffodils are just so lovely. I remember them everywhere there also on Carn Brea everywhere.

    • mybeautfulthings

      March 3, 2017 at 9:40 am

      They line the dual carriageways as well as the lanes and are just gorgeous – and then you catch a glance of a field-full as you come over the brow of a hill. 🙂

  2. saymber

    February 28, 2017 at 11:37 pm

    I’m so glad to read/see that this project is going so well! What a great idea to “bring to life” (wink!) Thanks for keeping us posted on it!

    • saymber

      February 28, 2017 at 11:38 pm

      *after my comment I thought of Viola Davis’s Oscar speech about what she would like to see – the stories exhumed from our graveyards. You guys are literally doing that!

      • mybeautfulthings

        March 1, 2017 at 7:46 am

        I didn’t hear the speech, but yes, that is what we are doing! 🙂


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