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  • Hello! Thank you so much for visiting me in the Attic, it's lovely to see you. My name is Lucy and I'm a happily married, stay at home Mum with three young children. We live in a 100year old Victorian house in the North of England which we are slowly renovating, and here I spend my days :: mothering, decorating, crocheting, baking, sewing, crafting and gardening. I hope you enjoy your peek into my colourful little world. xxxx

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August 10, 2009

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Jude

This post is going to make so many people envious from right across the world - but you just can't beat the UK can you? Brilliant photographs!

Kali

I see it Luce!!!
Yep, your hometown is beautiful.
xo, Kali

marigold jam

How lovely - we too have a wood literally on our doorstep I will have to take my camera next time I go there and show you what ours is like. There is something so peaceful about being in a nice green wood, as opposed to a deep dark scary one, isn't there. Love your blog as always.

Jane

Alhana

You do live in a really beautiful place, I'm so envious!!

Andrea Atkinson

Now I have found where you live and I am so jealous. You live in my favourite place ever, and you have the best craft shop around. I live over near Harrogate.

Emma

It's lovely!!!! You really have the luxury of living in a beautiful spot!
I see the attic window! :)

I m not that happy in Switzerland, where I feel at home is in Sweden & Scotland.

Anna-Karin, Sweden

Wonderful pics! It really looks so... so... english, for me who lives in Sweden. For a girl who loves the scenery in "Pride & Prejudice" (the series) it looks so nice.
Have a lovely day!
Anna-Karinxxxxxxxx

Nina - Tabiboo

Aahhhhhh deep breath - such beautiful woods. I love the sea, but the mystical magical earthy smell of a wood does more to my senses than freshly baked bread!

Nina x

ps. yep - that's Attic24 alright!

Linda

Your hometown really has it all! What a place to live!

Lisa

How wonderful having those woods so close to home and in such a picturesque part of home.
Lisa x

Michelle

What a beautiful town! You are very lucky.

paula

What a wonderful place. I think I would like to live there.

PaiselyJade

Beautiful!!

Marian

Fresh and chewy English green woods. I love it. NZ trees are a deeper more harsh green - not so 'salad' like.

Bee

If I really, really look hard I'm sure I can see you waving at your attic window. :-) Love your blog Lucy.

vanessa

We live in a lovely country, don't we?

Jackie

Lucy ~ it looks a really beautiful part of the country to live in. The walk along the canal pathway to the woods looks so lovely :O)

Sue

I see you ...

Sue

Carole

brilliant blog as always and such lovely photos.and i echo the previous comments. thanks Lucy.
Luv Carole from Rossendale xx
ps i think i know the town but not sure & its driving my husband nuts not knowing lol xx

Anna

Your spot is beautiful! And so are your photos

Have a great week

Anna x

Jaki

Jude is right, over here in Australia I'm feeling very envious!!
We have travelled to the UK 6 times now as hubby has family there and I LOVE it!!

Janette

hi, Thanks for the glimpse around one of my favourite towns in Yorkshire. We were away last week at another part of the country you love - saw Driftwood cottage - lovely place and great beaches. Although not been commenting for awhile have been keeping up with the Attic goings on - love the big blanket. Are you still doing your crochet workshops?

kathie

how lucky you are, its beautiful
where you live and the view is to die for
kathie

Suz

Morning and yet another wonderful insight into your world...thanks for sharing a beautiful spot...feel just the same about the rural and pretty area l live in too it's a 3 mile walk to town through Buntingsdale Hall past a lake and through the trees and farm land...have taken photos of it in all seasons
Isn't the UK a beautiful place
Suz x

MiA

Wonderful surroundings! I can really understand your choice of place to live :)

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