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August 08, 2009


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Tanya aka Chyna

Oh bother! I had a nice and witty comment for you and everything and I didn't do that number/letter combo thing and it ate it!!!!

Anyhow, love that garden. I'd love something like that around here, somebody could make a mint off of me crafting in there back patio. LOL

I was going to ask you if you were sure that the needlework wasn't machine made until I saw the start and stop. Incredible. Patience and really good eyesight!

Paul is looking so much better now, has to be all that attention from Pretty. Or so she thinks at least. By the way, your tea cups are huge! Over here they would be coffee cups but since I'm not a coffee drinker tea it is. :)


What a delightful place! You and Paul look so at peace there, with your tea, coffee and reading materials. I'm so glad the two of you are able to get away, if only for the day, and spend such nice time together!

Hope you are able to visit your cottage soon.

Angel Mc

Paul looks great--tell him hi. The garden is awesome. Is it as hot over there as it is over here...in the high 90s here this week. Ir looks so pleasant,I wish I could sit outside, but that won't happen for me until around October...plus the mosquitoes are terrible.
The linens...all I can say is wow...very beautiful.


Your husband looks very relaxed there reading that book. What a great idea the shop had, making a garden area for those non knitters.

Lovely linen finds. Thanks for posting the close up photo. I always try to do the same if I get a well made piece - give credit to the unknown lady who plied her needle with such skill.


Loved the pics.... Everyone looks great! The garden
is lovely and what better a way to spend the day
then in a yarn with a cup of tea :0)

I have a sock challenge for you.....
I will knit a pair of socks and post my progress
as I go along and I challenge you in return to knit a pair
of socks and do the same. Are you up for it?? :)


P.S. I found a great way to turn a heel. Want the


The linens are lovely. I think I have something similar, I will have to have a dig tomorrow and see if I can find them to take a picture of for you.

Glad to see Paul is looking better and that you are able to spend some good quality time together.

I wish we had a wool shop near us like that - I would be there all the time! Good luck with the socks, I look forward to seeing them.

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