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May 06, 2009


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"Pirates of the Caribbean isles of war hack"

What's up, constantly i used to check webpage posts here early in the break of day, as i love to gain knowledge of more and more.


Such an amazing place in which you live. The beauty and the whimsy all in one place. And the little man sounds like the best play date ever. Just lovely. Enjoy, as I enjoy hearing about it. Thank you for sharing.


I was so entranced with this lovely post yesterday that I went off in a dream without commenting.
I just had to come back and tell you it really is a lovely lovely post, all the photos are wonderful and your little man is so totally precious and priceless x

Simply H

What a lovely post! Made me want to spend a little bit of time with my little man all on our own - it doesn't happen enough!
You have an amazing walk to and from school, the blossom lined path is so beautifully british! I want to run along it!!


Is a new crochet site that I think you might enjoy. My friend Tamara Gonzales has a blog on it and a video. She is a great inspiration especially with embellishments. I hope you can get around the site and find her stuff, like I said I think you will enjoy it lots.

Shelley in SC

I just love your little town!! I enjoy so much when you tell us some about it and even take us on an exploration . . . like today! Makes me feel like I've left the country for a few minutes!


What a beautiful walk, you are so lucky I would love to have a canal in walking distance from our home. The barges look fantastic with all the bunting and displays. You have an adorable little boy it is so lovely when they think of others at a young age. Hope your daughter is feeling better. Have a lovely day
T. x


What a perfect morning to cherish. Hope Little Lady is feeling better.


Hi. I popped over from Twisty Lane to check out your blog. Love all the colors in these photos, especially the last one. I've never seen such narrow boats before. (Well, I've seen a canoe, and that's pretty narrow, but not anything like what you've got there.) I love that you took time to turn around and photograph your trail through the wet grass! Such a cute reminder that it was a day just for you and your little boy.


Both of you are so sweet..thanks for sharing this with us..those pictures are so sweet, colorful and soothing..


That is just the sweetest thing ever! What a lovely day... and a lovely post to share with us!

tien nee

what a darling, your little man:) Enjoyed yr pictures and those beautiful blossoms....How i wish i can be walking underneath those beauties and admire their glory. Tks for sharing these precious moments.


Know that you already know it, but you're raising a special Little Man, Lucy. That was was sublime. Have you all every taken one of those boats for a float along the canal?



Hi Lucy, what a wonderful way to spend your morning. The canal looks amazing, and the way everything has been decorated, how fantastic for you and your little man to share that.

Hope you have a fantastic week



Hi Luce

What a lovely post. The water/boat images are great - very different from where I live so great to see. The blossom is also lovely too.

I looked up a previous comment that you left for me - I had remembered it and it was just what I needed to hear today so have quoted it in my blog today if you dont mind.

Virtual hug to you Luce.

Love Emma xxxxx


how lucky are you......what a fab walk that was.....


wow amazing! I love it I so would like to live in the place where people do things like that!
but wow before 9am on Saturday nobody can move me out of bed ha :)


Your canal festivsl looks wonderful, we have one here later in the summer, hopefully I will be able to post some photos of it then. Our house backs onto the canal but it is out of bounds at present as they are resurfacing the tow path. I so miss walking into town this way or the other direction takes us to our allotment, Thankyou for sharing and what a lovely little man :)


What a lovely walk. It read like a Martin Waddell Big Bear and Little Bear story. Just perfect. Thank you.




What lovely places you walk in.


thank you !
for the walk by your side, on this loveling

i like to visit you in u.k. !!

i wasn't there for many,many years...



Hi Lucy - what a great post. My son is nearly 11 and I love to keep that closeness with him - a day out to a place that I may take him on my own when his dad is at work, or a trip to see the latest kids film. He still asks so many questions, that I feel like changing my name sometimes! Keep them close for as long as you can that's what I say! It's lovely to see a canal with lots of boats on it - a rare sight these days. Take care. Sally.

Anne Bebbington

Gorgeous photos - the town looks so different when viewed from the canal - thanks for sharing


This is such a precious post. Lucy, it brought tears to my eyes because of the memories of spending time with my twin little boys, who are all grown up, and sweethearts just like their Dad. Glad you and your little guy spent such wonderful quality time together. He will always remember that.

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