Hello!

  • Image and video hosting by TinyPic

About Me

  • 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

Facebook

Yarndale

  • Yarndale

♥ buy me a coffee ♥

« Tuesday Woodland Walk | Main | Whitstable »

November 05, 2013

TrackBack

TrackBack URL for this entry:
http://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a00e551101c548834019b00a9bbb0970c

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Novemberish:

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

mrsbrownmakes

I love seeing the seasons change and your posts sum it up perfectly. The Virginia Creeper peeping under the top of the archway is just lovely.

Clare

Aww you've been to my corner of the world, the Manor house looks lovely, sound like they had a wonderful day. Glad to see you enjoyed Canterbury, it always very busy, as for Whitstable, I find it a strange place that I just can't seem to get the handle of. Although local legend does call it 'The Devil' town with the tale of the Devil stealing the house from Canterbury and dropping some as he went, this becoming Whitstable.
Lovely November pics
Clare xx

Karen

Ahhh Lucy! I have just read your post and looks like you had a wonderful time! Just also wanted to say that I live in Canterbury and the photo that you took in Sun Street of The Sun Hotel is the road that I work in. To the left of the Hotel is a gorgeous little Sewing Shop, that is where I work! Gosh if I knew you were there I would have ran out and shouted Hi...tehe. As always I enjoy reading your posts, thankyou for sharing...Karen :) x

CJ

That looks like a beautiful place to stay. And Canterbury sounds great, I'd love to visit it one day.

Amy at love made my home

I've never been to Canterbury, but it looks like a great place to visit, hope you enjoyed it. I love your crochet lamp btw, it is great that you have kept it and are using it. xx

J

Beautiful photos and that manor looked like the perfect place for a wedding!

I wish we had blue skies but it has been a lot of the same grey over here on the prairies, hoping for some more sun before we get anymore snow!

- J

Anne Marie

Lovely photos, love the ivy one. Canterbury is a place I've not been to but it looks fantastic and as you said, rather like York. Have you ever stayed at Hartington Hall YHA? I used to live only a few miles away. It's a lovely stone mansion house, not too far from Buxton.

Joy

I love Canterbury very oldie worldy and even though the usual shops around the country have moved into town they have kept some of Canterbury's character. Was the wedding at the goregous catherderal? xx Love Joy xx

Nicole

Aw I love Canterbury. My granny lived there and I've got lots of fond memories of it and Whitstable. Sadly I've not been in years but maybe one summer I'll go back! It's just so far away :(

Debbie  Major

I love the photos you post, the rich history of the UK is so well reflected, I hope to be able to travel there one day - just to soak up the atmosphere (& do some shopping of course), but until then I'll continue to enjoy reading your blog & seeing your photos, thank you for sharing, Deb M (from Australia)

Patricia Ponte

Welcome back Lucy!! I was wondering where were you, I enjoyed the pics and the blue sky is beautiful. I've never been in England but I will go some day and now I know where to go thanks to your blog. Canterbury seems to be a place to go beautiful and full of history. Anyhow, welcome back. Looking forward the rest of the pics and the story behind them.

Kyle

I love seeing pictures of your country. I have to say that I find it funny that you think 285 miles is a long way. Here in the US, 285 miles is considered a short trip!

Ann

Enjoyed your pictures so much. I am here in the U.S. and your pictures are a great travel adventure sitting here in my comfortable chair with my laptop.

Rita

Welcome back Lucy! Your photos are beautiful, England is beautiful. And Little Lady looked so sweet with her white bouquet and white outfit, awww. I love your lamp, it's so you! It belongs at home with you. :0)

Angela-Southern USA

I was just thinking the same as Kyle posted. lol We'll go that far just on a shopping trip. So glad it was a nice trip, and I'm sure L.L. was the prettiest flower girl ever! Thanks so much for sharing! Still enjoying Autumn days here, although the leaves have peaked the days are still lovely.(for now)Have a great week!

Jenny

Lucy! These photos are wonderful! I love them all and thank you very much for sharing. Being so far away in Australia it is enchanting for me to see 'daily' England through the eyes of a local girl. Please keep it up! I love it!

diana

Thanks for the lovely post & pictures. Reading your blog has added so many places to my itinerary when I finally visit the UK.
Back to raking the last of the leaves here in Ottawa, Canada. The first snow hasn't arrived yet. ;-)

Susan

I always love your pictures. I live in the suburbs of Toronto, Canada and can't imagine what it would be like to live with this kind of beautiful historic architecture. It's like a travel brochure for me.

Louise Farant

I was rather jealous after reading the last post that you still had green leaves on your trees. I see that the season has caught up to ours here in southern Ontario next stop: snow.

Andrina T

Just when I thought I couldn't want for a trip to England any more strongly, up come the pictures of Canterbury! Like something out of a Shakespearean play. If you ever need a switch of career (perish the thought!) you should be a travel writer/photographer. Your words and pictures make us feel like we are along on holiday with you! <3

Carol

Thank you once again for taking me along on another one of your vacations. I may never get to England - I'm from Seattle, and I so enjoy seeing your part of the world.

Beth

I still hope to get to the UK one day. It will have to be a long trip for me because I want to see all the places you have shown us.
We just had frost here too..just outside of Chicago.

Laurel

Just lovely, Lucy....you make it so enjoyable when you share your trips with us. I live near Mt Rainier in Washington State and am more then envious of all your local hisory, and beautiful countryside.Thanks bunches for sharing with us!!

Katherine

I was wondering where you have been. Looks like another grand adventure for you and your family! Love your pics. We are having similar weather here in N California. I'm dreaming of leaving this country to live a few years in the UK. It looks so
lovely!

merik

lovely, lovely, lovely - How I yearn to visit the 'olde' country some day. I look forward to every single one of your posts.

Verify your Comment

Previewing your Comment

This is only a preview. Your comment has not yet been posted.

Working...
Your comment could not be posted. Error type:
Your comment has been posted. Post another comment

The letters and numbers you entered did not match the image. Please try again.

As a final step before posting your comment, enter the letters and numbers you see in the image below. This prevents automated programs from posting comments.

Having trouble reading this image? View an alternate.

Working...

Post a comment

Yarn Shop

Books I ♥

  • Granny Squares
  • Vantastic
  • 100 Flowers to Knit and Crochet
  • Crochet
  • Handmade Glamping
  • Crochet with Flowers
  • Creative Family Home
  • Cute and Easy Crochet
  • KnitPro Waves Crochet Hooks

My Flickr

  • www.flickr.com
    This is a Flickr badge showing public photos from Attic24. Make your own badge here.

Your Flickr

  • www.flickr.com
    This is a Flickr badge showing public items from the Attic24 inspired group pool. Make your own badge here.

Monthly Mosaics

  • 03/2013
    A collection of favourite Attic24 images
Blog powered by Typepad