I used to like it more when I was younger.
Now it's a reminder I'm another year older.
Mid-life crisis is definitely looming!
Project 365 #37
So that's it, Summer is over for another year.
It's been a pretty good one.
Project 365 #35
Day 236 A nondescript Sunday, I explored the garden and found lots of signs of Summer passing - and far too many brambles.
Day 237 Bank Holiday Monday so obviously it rained. A quick trip to the shops and we came back with the Lego Movie. School uniforms all sorted too.
Day 238 Sorting out Wedding outfits today. Everyone had a new outfit apart form me - I had to alter a too-big dress I had only worn once to a wedding seven years ago and the shoes were recycled from my own wedding. I'm so not a girly girl so buying a new posh frock was just wasteful. I love this dress anyway and I scrubbed up ok!
Day 239 A trip into Bath today for some much needed time together. New outfit for the boy sorted and a pub lunch.
Day 240 A bit of a soggy day and the chickens were looking sorry for themselves. I'm not looking forward to the Autumn and Winter with them in the garden.
Day 241 A crazily long journey up to Sheffield today. And then it rained. We survived the family room in the hotel!
Day 242 Wedding Day! My gorgeous niece got married today. The sun shone and she had a camper van to take her to the church within which the girl got to travel too!
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A week of goodbyes.
Our seven days in France came to an end then it was back home - where I am ignoring the countdown to the end of summer.
Project 365 #34
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I can't believe we are back home again enjoying the remainder of the rather soggy summer holiday.
I'm now counting the days woefully until it's back to work time.
I just know it's going to fly by.
Instead of looking forward I have looked back a bit to last Friday when we spent a hot sunny day in Limoges. In front of the Musee Beaux Arts were some beautiful manicured gardens full of fountains, plants and flowers whose names I do not know - I like to admire but don't learn much along the way!
The last plant had a delicious aniseed scent when I crushed the seeds - Fennel?
Any help with naming will be much appreciated.
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