The Thursday night storms didn't help much either.
Project 365 #38
The hangover started at 5a.m. and the day was a blur. I did manage to grab the new camera and get in the garden for some fresh air where the stone heart caught my eye.
A rare drink out with the husband - window boxes showed me Summer was still hanging in there.
A beautiful late Summer's day and I went for a wander around The Courts - another National Trust favourite. These artistic ladies across the pond made me smile.
The girl was voted Star of the Week this week and today we had 'Owlivia' to stay.
We were sat quietly in the front room on Thursday evening when at around 7:30 we heard some distant rumbling and noticed a very grey sky beyond the gerbera. Forecast checked I reassured the girl it would soon pass. Six hours later we had got through one of the worst storms I have ever witnessed. The aftermath? One seriously leaking loft, leaking ceilings in the children's bedrooms and damaged internet - hence the lateness of this post.
The aftermath rolled into Friday. I picked up a text at work to inform me that the children's school had flooded so I had to leave my class to come home. We went for a wander across the flooded fields and spotted signs of Autumn all around.
Time to get the train home after a girly afternoon in Bristol for some drinks and a good chat. Aviation cocktails come highly recommended.
Too late to link up with The Boy and Me but here are the others anyway...
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