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June 06, 2008


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I dont speak engllish very well but i can say that i like your blog with all there colours ...
it is like a rainbow in the life ...all the flowers and all the colours are so splendid ...thank you !
Martine in france


What a great idea, I'll be in that. Every time I hear the word "Wensleydale" I can hear Wallace And Grommit ... such a great movie. Those cherry's and strawberry's look really yummy too.

Hope you are enjoying a great weekend.


great idea for a weekly feature, me thinks! Your photos have such a lovely quality to them as well. Hope you enjoyed your feast, and the plants have enjoyed the sunshine!


That looks like my kind of bag! The cherries look delish, I've not had any yet this year...


In the bag Fridays sounds like fun! Looking forward to it.


I like the idea of What's in the bag on Fridays,it must be nice for you to be able to walk through town and pick up shopping as you go (although I'm sure you get fed up with all that walking!).I could do that when mine were younger but now I work full-time trips to the shop are confined to a once a week shop in Tescos....not quite so photogenic :)


What a beautiful post! I can't wait to visit our Farmer's Market in the morning. Have a wonderful weekend.


All that lovely shopping and sunshine too! My you are spoilt! It's still raining here and is as overcast as a November morning. Unfortunately there are no shops around here that sell local produce- maybe I should open a deli?!!! Thank you for your happy and colourful post. I did manage to get a copy of the latest CH & I magazine though so life's not so bad!


Great blog. Bought my copy of Country Homes this morning. Lotte Duncan's cottage looks great though it's an all round good issue. You've made me hungry seeing that choclate. I think there is some Green and Blacks Butterscotch lurking in the back of the fridge....

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