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The Last Few Busy Days

We arrived home on Wednesday evening and went straight to the sea.

Porthtowan

We spent Thursday unpacking etc. On Friday morning we went to stand with the Youth strike for the Climate in Truro

The Red Rebels

……..  and in the evening to a splendid Sing and Supper at Mount Pleasant Eco Park with friends.

The delicious menu

Saturday saw us in Truro again for International Peace Day and taking part in a flashmob in Truro Cathedral. The following video  gives a flavour of the wonderful event.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0qrh5gsj4Dg&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR3I76PlF-HhRaB1CPfe7ASme5VslagI6GG_bmPJMcJU8t_5tlR0TlqEZVo

Today I have made my first Christmas angel of the season out of Victorian window glass and some pretty beads I picked up while away.This afternoon we have been blackberry picking and got caught in a drenching storm and this afternoon ……..

Water rushing down the hill

….. I have made a blackberry cake, Thomasina Miers’ Spiced Blackberry and Brown Sugar Crumble Cake and so – we are home! More about our adventures in later posts.

 

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World Peace One Day, Sunflower and I Remember the Children

The Right of Peoples to Peace

The Right of Peoples to Peace

Today is International Day of Peace and we have been very lucky as it has been a beautiful and peaceful day spent enjoying the last of the Summer sunshine and reading in the garden.

Our last Sunflower has had her face to the sun all day.

Sunflower and Bee

Sunflower and Bee

I took some flowers from our garden to the junction of two lanes nearby to remember six girls from the same family all killed in Gaza two months ago today as we have been asked to do today by the I Remember the Children group. Click the red link to find out more.

I Remember the Children of Gaza

I Remember the Children of Gaza

Peace to you all

Peace to you all

 
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Posted by on September 21, 2014 in Beauty, garden, nature, Peace, photography, Postaday 2014

 

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