Gorilla? Did you jet off to Uganda and not tell us?Nice pics, Sarah.(Got the new proof today and it looks really good - book is at last on track.)Kat
Nice...Where did that gorilla come from.
like your summer moments! the steam 'effect' is great! sometimes, all we need is real moments, right?
I love the plate your jasmine is on! You've reminded me I have jasmine tea in the cupboard - I might just have a cup in my Wednesday morning bath instead of my usual hot chocolate!! (reading that over, I should add to drink, not put in the bath water!!)http://frayedattheedge.typepad.co.uk
I adore kaleidoscopes - always have.I really like your poppy header too - poppies remind me of my mother because she loved them.
Oh, everything is so lovely and evocative. I am slowly coming back and wanted to drop by to tell you how much I loved to see that gorgeous card but most of all to know that it was from you. A thousand heartfelt thank yous for your kindness and friendship. You are very dear to me. Hugs from here.
Pay somebody back in his own coin.................................................................
glad to see the good old bin/smoking area is still there. Ah the nostalgia. I must pop in to Foxfield one day!!!!Like the photos
It's the simple moments that mean the most, and I enjoyed the two french songs in your post below, sweet*!*
what a lovely way you're spending time...how do you make the jasmine tea?sounds/smells awesome :)
Oh, Sarah. I do love these moments. Thank you for sharing them. Hey, I have been meaning to stop by and thank you for telling me about Kim Klassen's class. I will be signing up for that after the craziness of vacation is over. Thank you so much!
Sarah,It's cool how much you are experimenting with your photography.xoxConstance
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