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September 28, 2009

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Cath W

Yay! You've got your yummy coat out! I've got the same one in blue and have been looking forward to dusting it off again. Bring on the chilly weather!
x

Shelley in SC

Fun, cute, and colorful post. Yes, all bloggers love that zoom focus and the crop ability; don't we : )!! So good to edit out all we don't want. Is there a way to transfer that ability to real life : )??!!

Jennifer

I never tire of seeing beautiful flowers, thanks for sharing the stall pictures with us. What beautiful colours and varieties. Isn't it wonderful how a small bunch of flowers can make a huge difference? Love the spotty jug and stripey runner, your world is filled with such fantastic colours.

Linea

Just beautiful! Lovely colours. I would love to see more flower pics, so nice.
Kind regards
from Sweden

Mrs Bun

How behind am I in the world of blog. Belated huge congratulations Lucy. I can completely understand your previous feelings being samish age and concerns. Glad it's all settling except for the muddled head that will probably take until you get a normal nights sleep again. Oh dear, sorry - that's too far off.

Keep hugging and loving those flowers they feed your colour need and then off you go and make again. Loved the ripple too by the way, looked very soft yarn.

Lisa x

Jacqueline

The flowers are beautiful, but I have to say a big thank you for your lemon drizzle cake recipe. It was lovely. I also tried your choc chip cookies. Unfortunately, they did not come out too good, though they tasted great, so I will give them another go, with less syrup, and possibly slightly more cooking time.

noelle

I certainly don,t mind all your flowers, in fact you have just prompted me to go and buy some for myself after the school run. I do normally buy them every week at least but last week was so , so busy i completely forgot them! Thanks for that, i love flowers in the house!!

Petit Filoux

There can never be too many flowers!! I get told I'm a little obsessed with them at the moment, but that can't be a bad thing surely?!

Robbie

Great flowers! I love flowers too! I have been enjoying lately purchases africian violets for my kitchen window. They are miniature and look fabulous. You have been an inspiration for me with color, photos and crafts. I thank you, NorwichRobin from Vt.

Vicki

The flowers are beautiful...I'd love to have flower markets available to me...what an uplifting treat!
I can see the heart swag garland on your fireplace, so sweet! It's been on my to-do list for a bit now...
And I also spy your gorgeous Boden coat :-) Looks lovely over your belly-in-bloom :-)
~Vicki

Ellie

Thank you for the wonderful flower pictures. From my perspective there can never be too many flower pictures. Greetings from Toronto, Canada! (I found your blog through 2catsandahusband)

Marie

Bring it on, the more flowers the better! Having been to your wonderful market this summer, I know exactly why you are drawn back to the flower stall, I'd be there as often as possible if I lived there. Enjoy your beautiful autumn coloured dahlias.

Yiota

I never ever feel bored to see flowers and these ones are simply gorgeous!

Naomi Rainford

lovely flowers, i like the heart shaped thingy hanging around the fireplace.

Claire Hurd Design

I will never tire of seeing the lovely flowers you buy - beautiful!
It is also always a delight to get little glimpses of your house. It always looks so colourful and homely, a very happy place!

sue hudson

Have a loook at a blog called nienie and then maybe you won't feel your life is so muddled and befuddled.

Sarah

I work in the city of London for a charity, so I can't afford the price that the flower sellers here are charging. I am wondering whether booking a cheap day train ticket to Yorkshire to come to your market would be the best plan. Lovely pics.

lucy

Loving the flower pictures, Your coat is looking rather nice too x

Jackie

Lucy ~ How could we ever get fed up with your lovely bunches of flowers they are as wonderful and colourful as ever. You are so lucky to have such a fantastic Mr Plant Man nearby. I also love your beautiful green Boden coat ~ it is gorgeous and I so wish I had one too! :O)

lisette

Indeed, accept your feelings of muddle (don't know if I say this correct now, grammar wise). The harder you fight it, the more their is to come(and believe it from someone, who's coming out of a burnout).
Which doesn't mean I hope you feel better soon!

I love the picture from the market. It's that the signs are in english otherwise this could be a picture on our market. All the same flowers in Holland! And your dahlia's are the best! You picked the most beautiful ones..
Love liset.

The Garden Bell - Kate

Luc-

Please know I will never get tired of your flower pictures. Why else do they call it an "English Garden". Stunning. Love all the fall colors you picked. It's coming really fast here. Had our first tornado warning last night. Pretty standard around this time of year.

Well, started my THIRD Lucy ripple this weekend. This one is "MAN COLORS" as my hubby puts it. Peek a few on my blog today. I like all the colors individually but together I'm not sure.

Glad to hear you are taking it slow and only one day at a time. That's the only way to move along with what's a coming.

Glad to see you had a delightfully relaxing weekend full of color.

Pipany

Asters and dahlias - what more do you need? Lovely pics as ever Lucy x

Nina - Tabiboo

They are gorgeous Lucy,

I wish I could find dahlias at our local flower shop and for such a bargain price! I might have to send Mr T out again to hunt me some down.

And 'ooohhhhh' look at that tummy peeking out from under your coat.

take care,

Nina x

Sunitha

Awesome!

Lesley

Ahh i remember that feeling of muddledy/tangled thoughts whilst pregnant... porridge brain I used to call it (all mushy and lumpy :-D
love the flowers - think it should be law to have fresh flowers in our homes each week :-)
Lesley x

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