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  • 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 Mum with three children. We live in a cosy terraced house on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales in England which we are slowly renovating and making home. I have a passion for crochet and colour and love to share my creative journey. I hope you enjoy your peek into my colourful little world x




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April 06, 2008


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What a fantastic place to eat breakfast, and so picturesque.

What is it with the snow, it's beautiful but in April???

We got to see the UK snow on the 6 o'clock news last night with the protesters trying to put the Olympic flame out and our new PM visiting the Queen.

Enjoy the snow wont you, we never get any snow here except for high in the mountains.


Having children forced us to become morning people too, though I still find it hard.
I love your idea of a breakfast picnic~ I'll have to remember to try that sometime!


Hey Lucy,
Again - great read!
Love the bridge, especially as there is not so much air in between (and especially no lava - grrrh).


Hi, Thank you again for sharing your lovely day. And bacon sarnies too, mmm. My boys (10 & 8) used to wake early, but now like to snooze in or are quiet and just pad downstairs with the tv on - it gets better, honest! I love the bridge, my boys (oh, OK me too ;o) would love to run across that bridge. We are off to Cornwall the week after next (school hols finally start this week here in Devon!) Mums and children only (ratio 3:7!) and I think a few breakfasts on the beach is definately on the cards! Kathy PS I absolutely adore your blog.x


Luce, you've inspired me to have a picnic breakfast!

That was such a lovely post and the pictures are gorgeous.

Clairey xx


What a lovely start to the day! You're right, children dictate the sleeping pattern of the whole family, my two were always early birds so I quickly got used to being up and about soon after sunrise. At the time I also got a bit fed up but you can get so much more done if you're up early. Now they're 15 and 19 they often stay in bed until after lunch but I still tend to get up early (unless I'm off from work and have sat up until 1am reading blogs!!).
I love our weather, I couldn't bear to live in a hot country and in spite of many rainy summers I wouldn't want to be anywhere else.


I would love to have a picnic breakfast! You have some lovely walks around where you live. I woke up to a winter wonderland with a flurry of snow at 8.00am this morning. Now it is just a distant memory and the sun is just peeking out for a nose!

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