17.5.12

She came from Greece she had a thirst for knowledge


Pulp. Full of memories, back on the King's Road, halcyon days.

Growing wild in the garden at the shop.

Kay spotted that the shoot we did for The Telegraph Royal Wedding feature has popped up in English Home magazine.

Well done Kay, extra points and a badge to you.

Cherries for lunch and garden foliage in bouquets. Bronze fennel, viburnum opulus, honey suckle and hydrangea

Today i have also learnt that some people just want salal, and that banging your head against a brick wall is futile. Smile sweetly, roll your eyes discreetly and have another cherry.

also how does Greece actually leave the Euro? In actual practical terms how does it work?

4 comments:

Martin & the Magpie said...

you are so lucky to have a garden to pick from.....thanks for the mention..so glad i was right or else I would have looked an right idiot....re the window ..I may have to bid on a life size cardboard cutout of HRM on ebay...Kay xx

Mrs T-J said...

Can't wait to see the Jubilee window.

How can I be missing all this wonderful olympic and Jubilee celebrations?

Oz better live up thats all I say. xxx

Becca said...

I love the word halcyon. people don't use it often enough.
Flowers (and cherries!) are lovely.

Rose said...

I LOVE English Home magazine- how exciting- found you via Lobster ans Swan- hello!