Having been SO busy these last few weeks, I couldn’t possibly fit in everything we’ve done, so here’s a heavily edited version of events, albeit in rather more than seven photos again.
1. I went to my first ever Baby Shower, an event that has reached the UK from foreign climes apparently, and is gaining popularity with youngsters rapidly. My crocheted pram blanket was well received by the mother-to-be.
3. Mr H-L didn’t need much persuasion to stop for a nice cold pint in The Beggar’s Roost in North Devon.
Breakfast was at the Roth Bar and Grill…..
5. Lunch was at At The Chapel…..
(This made us smile!)
7. ….and afternoon tea was taken at The Three Horseshoes Inn.
8. A group of students were filming down by the river, so we stayed and watched for a while.
9. Arty snap of The Boys playing Top Trumps.
10. The new girls were just settling in nicely (can you tell?) when this one strayed too far and was killed by a passing car:(
11. No.2 Son declared that he needed some short sleeved T-shirts for our imminent holiday in Cornwall. I cut up a couple of Mr H-L’s old ones that were destined for recyling and combined the good bits to make him a new one. A bit Frankenstein perhaps, but he’s pleased with it.
12. A lovely few days were spent in Cornwall with family in their holiday cottage near Newquay. As luck would have it, the tickets we bought for the Eden Project last year were valid for twelve months, so we snuck in again on Day 364 for free!
13. We even sniffed out the bar in the tropical dome!
14. Days were spent on the beach…..
15. …..evenings were spent on the beach.
16. A romantic one of us watching the sun go down as The Boys frollicked in the surf.
17. Ha ha!
18. Crisps and a pint in The Shipwrights Inn, Padstow.
19. Back home, family had arrived from France to stay for a few days and some friends popped in spontaneously, so I quickly rustled up an impromptu meal for thirteen!
20. Another day, another family visit, this time our granddaughter with her mum and dad. We took the kids for a walk and ended up in a playground where dogs aren’t allowed, so tied them up outside at the railings.
Just look at that sad puppy face!
21. Mum and daughter flat out later that afternoon. Must have been all that fresh air (and the ice cream!)
Well, that doesn’t cover half of it, but better to put a few photos up rather than miss another week, I thought.
I’ll try to find time to do a separate post covering all the sewing workshops for those of you who have been following the sewing school (www.thestitchacademy.com).
Hope you’re making the most of the Summer holidays, too!