Friday, 7 June 2019

Five for this Week

Hello

Thanks for popping in.

Our visitors have been here for a few weeks and as you can imagine there's been a whirlwind of meals and washing, people dropping by, catching up and playing and a general warm glow from seeing them again.

My Five are random things from the week as it whisks by.

1.  Another gorgeous bouquet from our youngest, he always chooses my favourite flowers.







2. Jelly Workshops - great ideas for children to get involved with art in Reading.


3.  Out in the fresh air - although a little unsettled this week, there was still the chance to get out and enjoy the wildflowers around.



4.  In the garden, a few colourful dots make their way in the mainly green lushness.



5.  The garden vegetables are coming along slowly after such a long cold spell earlier on.


I hope you have a wonderful weekend as we head to the airport to say our goodbyes.

Cheerio

12 comments:

  1. A beautiful five.
    I enjoyed your photographs.

    All the best Jan

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  2. Your flowers are lovely. I'm glad you've had a super time with your family. I hope their journey home is/was a good one. I've been getting details of Reading Museum's events. The half term art workshops for children looked good.

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    1. They do a great job in Reading Museum. The Jelly workshops are in the Broad Street Mall or The Butts as I call it. Have a good weekend.

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    2. Oh ok. I expect Daughter D knows about The Jelly workshops. You'll be missing your visitors. I hope you have a good weekend too.

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    3. I will miss them a lot. Thanks 😊

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  3. A wonderful five. I loved the mosaics of the garden both the flowers and the veg.

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    1. Thank you, we've had some lovely weather here but now it's raining quite heavily, I suppose the garden needs it . . .

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  4. It's lovely to see so much colour around. I'm sure you've had a wonderful time with your visitors, it will take some getting used to the quiet again once they're gone.

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    1. It's really quiet already now they've gone, especially without a dear little one learning to talk with a big smile for everyone. Still I've been lucky to have them all around at such a wonderful stage of development.

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  5. I've just had a great big catch-up - thank you for St Albans, for lots of beautiful flowers and lovely river views. I trust you've had a wonderful time with your visitors, especially the tiny one; it must be hard to watch them go. x

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    1. Hello Mrs T, thanks for spending time catching up, it seems to have been quite busy here lately. Our visitors were a joy, let's hope they come back again soon. x

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