I hope your troubles are few
All my good wishes go with you tonight
I'm a blogger like you
Ha ha hello! Where did that song come from!
Thanks for calling in again for Five on Friday. As always over on Amy's blog there are all the links for you to follow to see what else is happening in blogland this week. Many thanks Amy.
After a busy couple of weeks with my special visitors, carnivals, trips and other bits and bobs, my five show what's been happening this week.
One - In the Garden
The weather has been hanging over us yet again, to go out or not to go out? Having got out, whether to go back in quickly before the rain belts down. The garden is looking green and full with plants that are much taller than they should be, flowers somewhat squashed but colourful nonetheless.
Vegetables - tasty beans, mint and basil, tomatoes still mainly flowers but a few tiddly green fruits, flowers on the potatoes, chillies plentiful on those planted in the autumn but this year's plants still small.
Two - Hollyhocks and Poppies
I couldn't resist a trip to Wokingham to see the hollyhocks and poppies around the town. Aren't they pretty.
Three - Off to the Farm
Look at the black clouds by the raspberries! Only a quick dash round the fields collecting fruit and vegetables this week.
Four - Cross-stitch
When I was tidying up my sewing cupboard, all rolled up at the back I found this cross stitch of the house which I started many years ago but left unfinished. I fished out my bag of embroidery silk and added the roof and now I'm working on the finer details. Still quite a bit to do.
Five - Craft Stall Makes
My pile of material off cuts is gradually decreasing as I've been making a few items to give away. Here's a few batty owls.
Some Christmas stockings, which aren't finished.
Have a good week.