Wednesday, 22 September 2010

Sweet peas, honey bees & daisies




If I type this very quietly maybe nobody will notice that I'm not behind my sewing machine, beavering away. I promised myself a sewing day but I Just wanted to say that I hope you are all having some of this beautiful sunshine today. Sun shining from the moment I sprang out of bed (well 'sprang' not really the word, since I seem to have broken yet another toe!), all day long and I even managed to eat my lunch in the garden too.




You could almost be forgiven for thinking it was summer - the summer that never was... There is of course the whiff of Autumn in the air and we have woken up this week to seamists, the whiff of changing seasons in the air and holly trees bedecked in frosty jewelled cobwebs.



So when days like these come along, you have to seize them and enjoy. Almost as much as I am enjoying these lovely posters that we have recently added to our Emporium - let the sunshine in indeed!
Enjoy your week.
PS Holiday photos have been uploaded! And some time between now and Christmas at this rate I'm going to share them with you. Here's a clue - we went on a mission....

7 comments:

loveandlilac said...

I was working in London today and grabbed an al fresco lunch. It really felt like the last day of summer and I just wanted to feel sun on my skin one more time.

Louise x

bellaboo said...

Wasn't it glorious today...love your pretty pics :o)

Gina said...

what a fabulous day it has been and you pictures capture that summery feeling perfectly. Hope your toe heals soon.

Andylynne said...

Thnak you for sharing your sunshine. We have had rain, rain and more rain to come. So your dear posters were very welcome. Hope your toe feels better soon. Sounds ouchy and very non springy :). Happy sewing when you get to it.

Thimbleanna said...

Sounds like you've had a beautiful day. I chuckeled when I read your sentence about "seamists" -- as in people who sew seams LOL???

ATTIC CLUTTER said...

Lovely -thanks (:) Patty

Busy Lizzie said...

A girl definitely has to make the most of each summery September day!