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Sunday Sevens #6


This week’s Sunday Sevens is a day late again but better late than never eh?

A link up organized by Natalie at Threads & Bobbins to show you snippets of our lives that may be too insubstantial to form a blog post in their own right, but form a bigger picture when all showcased in one post.

MONDAY – I have no idea what these pretty little flowers are, but there’s a cluster of them in front of the village stocks and the gardeners very sweetly mow around them.


TUESDAY – Snapped up these vintage plates in the charity shop for three pounds!


WEDNESDAY – The Girls sheltered from a shower underneath the garden furniture and promptly went to sleep!


THURSDAY – There are dry stone walls around many a property here, lots of which have collapsed under the weight of sodden soil backed up behind them. The craftsmen who rebuild them (reusing the fallen stones) are truly astonishing – just look at this newly finished section. Can you see how well it blends into the original wall on the right? They are sensibly including more drainage channels to allow the water to escape more freely in the future.


FRIDAY – Walking the dogs…..


SATURDAY – Ignore the silly face and concentrate on the birthday present wish-list. No.2 Son is obsessed with both the First and Second World Wars. We’re taking him to see the poppy installation at the Tower of London for his birthday.


SUNDAY – Breakfast in bed:)


Author: sewchet

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11 thoughts on “Sunday Sevens #6

  1. I love those plates and your chickens are so sweet!

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  2. I also love those plates but even more so, that wall. Also, hello chickens!

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  3. The flowers look like cyclamen. Looks like you live in a lovely part of the world too 🙂

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  4. Another great week and it looks like your son is going to be all kitted out for a mini battle re-enactment with his friends for his birthday if his wish list comes true. Your garden girls seem to know the best place to be when it rains 🙂

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  5. I love those pics! The plates are so cute and that stone wall is gorgeous! I wish we had those here!


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