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Keep Joy, Love and Hope in our Hearts

 

 
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Posted by on January 31, 2020 in Flash mob, music, Postaday2020

 

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Raindrops, Lampshade and Cathedral

Raindrops on flowers, one of my favourite subjects for photos…..

After having the hall, stairs and landing painted, we would like a new lampshade . I love this one but it is still in the shop.

It has been a misty, mizzly day but the Cathedral in Truro is always beautiful.

 
 

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Crocus, Owl and Soup

With a bit of water and some tlc, yesterday’s crocus has recovered.

My lovely neighbour gave me an owl for my birthday some weeks ago but I didn’t put him on here.

I made some delicious Squash, Sweet Potato and Lentil Soup for lunch.

 

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Snowdrops, A Poem and A Crocus

I love seeing the first Snowdrops as Winter moves towards Spring.

A friend sent a beautiful poem a little while ago. I was just waiting for our Snowdrops before I could post it. Thanks Kim.One of our Crocuses has been attacked on the stem so I have brought it indoors and put it in the  little pottery vase we were sent a couple of years ago.

 

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Before and After

The ColourGirlz have finished our hall, stairs and landing and we are delighted! Thanks to Ronnie for the before and after photos as well as the lovely job done.

 
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Posted by on January 27, 2020 in painting, Uncategorized

 

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Sign, Flower and Cake

On our walk today we spotted a small sign but couldn’t see where the exhibition might be.

Down the lane were a few brave Celandines.

I baked this afternoon – Tamal Ray’s Date Traybake with Toffee. It’s delicious but the toffee hasn’t set well enough to spread over the top and set so we’ll just pop a bit on each slice.

 
 

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Mural, Moss and Hellebore

Our town is being brightened up with murals, some in quite unexpected places. I still have to discover some of them. Here is the most obvious at the crossroads.

On the way up the hill there was tree that seemed to be wrapped in green velvet. It felt as soft as it looked.

I stepped into a neighbour’s garden to take this photo of a beautiful Hellebore flower.

 
 
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