Thanks for popping in!
Still very hot here,
so I am retiring to a shady spot in the garden for an hour.
What? Oh! You thought I was retiring!!!
Nahh. No way! Not even remotely feasible or possible.
But I have to admit, I was joshing wid ya!!
I get caught out so often by Daily Mail headlines online
that lure me in, and then when I actually read the article,
there’s no connection between the title and the story whatsoever!
While you’re here though,
I have something amazing to show you today.
There I was in the garden early this morning, and what did I spy underneath the yew tree, but a lone snowdrop!
No way! I said and went in closer to investigate….
Then as I got closer, there was a tiny little miniature rose too!
It was almost magical there in the early hours.
The snowdrop, the rose and I.
You could almost imagine that the pixies
had been having a garden party….
Now what did I tell you about believing everything you read?!
The only little flower pixie I know is our lovely Pat Murphy,
parchment artist extraordinaire!!!
These beauties were a gift from her to me.
She made these flowers by hand,
out of parchment.
Now that really is unbelievable!
They have pride of place in the old German kitchen dresser,
where my personal treasures reside.
An old sugar bowl and glass from my German Oma,
How did they end up in the garden?
Maybe Romeo the cat has taken a shining to the little tabby
next door and keeps taking her presents.
But that’s a whole other story….
You can’t tell the real from the parchment.
You really can’t.
Time to go and have supper before heading up to Peterborough later this evening with Dave & Paul ahead of our shows tomorrow.
I hope you can tune in at 11am, 2pm & 6pm as we help HOCHANDA celebrate their 1st Birthday!
Where has the time gone?!?!
Love & hugs