Breakfast, Cut Flowers and A Painting

06 Jul

I had my waffle with maple syrup and blueberries this morning.

Our Sweet Peas are lovely and smell divine.

On the kitchen window sill

There’s a story behind this lovely painting of Truro Cathedral by F. Robson, possibly Featherstone Robson, 1880-1936.The lovely Mr S and I met in late October 1966 while at college in South Yorkshire. I had come from Truro and Mr S from Acton, London. Walking through Acton in early January 1967 after being in London for a few days to meet his parents as we had just decided to get married, we spotted this painting in a second hand shop and it seemed like a sign!  It can’t have been expensive but I can’t remember how much. We bought it and it has had pride of place ever since.


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3 responses to “Breakfast, Cut Flowers and A Painting

  1. Sandra

    July 7, 2021 at 9:12 am

    It was meant to be! Lovely story, Sally.

  2. utesmile

    July 6, 2021 at 8:32 pm

    What a lovely story with the painting, very special!


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