My walk the other day in Burncoose gardens was so beautiful, I took the lovely Mr S around today and it didn’t disappoint! Join us for another beautiful walkabout.
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The Penryn River was so still this morning – utterly beautiful.
After singing we all stopped in at The Muddy Beach cafe. This is the water cooler.
On my way home, I stopped off at Burncoose Nursery to have a walk around their beautiful grounds. It was stunning! Every corner turned revealed another breath taking sight. Please join me on my walk.Click on any photo for the caption and detail.
This afternoon I was at the local Children’s Centre where an activity was ready for the little people as they arrived. The lovely foam faces were there to encourage the children to talk about their happy and sad feelings.
I did a quick circuit of Church Lane, Lovers’ Lane and our street early this evening, to get my step count up! This fallen Camellia stood out against the old flowers, now turned to brown, and the tarmac. Isn’t it so delicately pretty?
This is our back garden in the rain when the hoolies have been blowing things around.
Our Theee Wise Monkeys planter/sculpture is blooming beautiful! Made just for me by local artist, Jeremy Beswick.
I found this poem in a front garden along the coastal path last week and loved it. The view from the house was spectacular.
The little Tete a Tete are blooming brightly in the window box on the shed.
I love how Crocuses die so beautifully, here looking like crushed silk.
One of our Perthi Kov crew has been on Radio Cornwall this afternoon explaining about our project, ‘Until the Day Break’. You might like to listen – she was brilliant! Thanks TS. You need to move on to just over an hour into the broadcast.
I loved seeing this pram at a secondhand dealer on the way into town, not quite a Silver Cross but a reminder of what prams used to be like!
Walking home along Lovers’ Lane I spotted a beautiful little bow that someone must have lost on her way to school. If you look closely you can see strands of fine child’s hair still attached. I put it on the Lovers’ Lane road sign in the hope that she will spot it on her way home.
What a glorious patch of purple crocuses in a neighbour’s garden!
It has been a murky, mizzly day and I have spent much of it reading about life in Pachuca, Mexico in the late 1800s for our project, ‘Until the Day Break.’ This was my beautiful view through the window.
Last night we Skyped with our family in Spain and I took photos of the screen of Next-to-littlest -LiveWire and his baby sister, five weeks old. They aren’t good photos but aren’t the little ones just so very lovely?
If you are in Cornwall and you read my blog, you might be interested in joining the project. The following is from our poster:
We are a local community group creating magical theatre walks in St Euny Churchyard, Redruth in May 2017, telling stories of people buried there…
Would you like to be involved? We need performers, researchers, artists, costume makers, stage managers, stewards, musicians.
We are holding an initial workshop –
2.00 – 6.00pm, Sunday Feb 26th in the Crypt, St Andrew’s Church, Clinton Road, Redruth TR15 2QB
Check out our Facebook page…
Please comment below if you would like to and I will get back to you with more details. Thank you.