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May 02, 2012

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Liz

Love the photos from the attic! The one after the rain is so clear and lovely!
Have a wonderful May!

Jeanet Jaffari

Hi Lucy,
It wasn't better here in Holland, just rain, rain,rain!But I love the way you write about it :-)
Happy Birthday to your Little Lady!

"M"

We've had the same sort of weather here. (Pacific Northwest-Oregon-USA.) I agree with your sentiments and love your spirit!
Your mosaics are beautiful and you have a lovely way with words...It reminds me of a poster I saw (I think on pinterest); that said "if I had a British accent, I would never shut up!" You use such delightful, descriptive phrases. Thank you!

aishakenza

Hi Lucy, There's nothing I like better during my early morning "me time" than popping on to my own blog and seeing that Attic 24 has been updated. It cheers me up no end to read about your family and fun before I set off to work. Thank you!

Teresa Kasner

Your sister city must be here as we're having similar rainy cold and grey days too. But the oddest thing is we have been having fairly nice weekends 4 in a row. Shock. I did a post on our Camas Lilies here, did you pop over and see? *H*A*P*P*Y* * *B*I*R*T*H*D*A*Y*!*!*!* to Little Lady!! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Sandra

we really ARE on the same latitude! And I do adore the beautiful colors in your yarn...

Seaweedandraine

April showers indeed - but look at all the lovely things that you did during that time. I really enjoyed your April wrap up (and speaking of wrap - I think the bubble wrap around your passion flower is a splendid idea!). Enjoy your moments of hookey - I look forward to seeing the ripples all done! :)

Alma

I saw this was one of your monthly "wrap-ups" and I had to go grab my pint of ice cream and a spoon. Make sure the kids are asleep . Curl up in my favorite spot... ok i'm ready.
Oh so worth it.
i hope your May is sunnier and colorful.
Thanks for my few minutes of bliss and a window into your month!

Brenda

Happy birthday little lady! It does go sooo quickly, seems like only yesterday my baby girl was turning 8, she turns 17 this year! The passion flower looks great, I am also planting one in a few months, when our warmer weather is due, have just planted raspberries and thornless blackberry and have a blueberry waiting patiently xxBrenda

SpecialK

Happy Birthday to your Little Lady. The Special One is 4 this month. Love your circles, they are gorgeous. Thanks for sharing. Cheers SpecialK XoXo

Alessandra

thank you for sharing this "April moment" : so nice!
xxxx Alessandra

Julie Earle

Hi again Lucy. Just forgot to tell you my son has arrived home after his holiday in London and he got my Button Jug!! It been to Paris, Venice and Rome and is now living happily in Oz. Its gorgeous and already filled with flowers.. Dont you just love pretty jugs!! ?Thanks so much for locating it for me! :) xx Julie

Lizzie

Hello! I've just discovered your blog (i'm very late when it comes to this sort of thing!) and just wanted to say how fab it is. Love all the colour - a tonic after this rubbish weather. Thank you!

Julie Earle

Hi Lucy. We have lots in common! Hate grey days, worship sunshine and flowers, love to create and adore cake! If you get a chance can you tell me how you make your photo mosiacs..? Happy Birthday to your Little Lady! My Little Ladies are grown up ladies now and my best friends. :) love from Julie in Oz xx

London Roofer

I agree, April is indeed a wet and cold month. But as long as you have a warm and cozy home, it doesn't matter since cold days are good times to stay home and read a book with a little something warm to eat or drink.

Lee

I LOVE everything about your blog,really cheers me up.xx

Mags

I love the first picture in particular...and your cushions. Working with fabric is my first love...I have only just started to crochet. Maybe we could swap tips as I really find some of the stitches really hard.
Thank you for brightening up a really gloomy month. xxx

Kate

That reminds me, really, really MUST get my seeds planted!
I think the Spring colours of the trees this year are quite the best I've ever seen- wet, but glorious.

idiosyncratic eye

The weather has been totally crazy this month for sure. I love that very first photo. :)

Maggie Cawthorn

Agree completely about the colours and your photo-collages are just right to cheer you up. Despite the weather in Cumbria this month it has been a month of the most amazing colour - but why does the wind come to blow the blossom away so quickly? Loving also the Dorset light.

Laura

Lovely post. Made me smile thinking of April back in Blighty. I was chatting to my mum on the phone this morning and told her to hold tight... I think you'll be in for a hot summer come July. The past few years have seen a warm spring and dreary summer, so lets hope this year it is the other way around for you! But what do I know? I'm a housewife not a weather women! Lx

pippa

another lovely post from the attic, have a lovely may
happy wednesday
pippax

Ellie

Lovely pics Lucy! I am trying hard to remember what it was like before the rain came... although dry but grey today here in Dorset.
Ellie
x

Adaliza

What a lovely review of your month. We had a birthday yesterday too - our eldest son is now 24! He arrived home, a day late and his eyes still lit up at the sight of his birthday cake and bundle of new clothes & super sized chocolate bar! Thank goodness he's grown out of sleepovers! Let's hope May brings some lovely sunshine - it tried yesterday afternoon and it was wonderful to sit out with my Ripple - it's pouring again now though - and cold. Definitely the answer, is more cake!

Chris

Love your blog Lucy and the pictures are gorgeous, glad little lady had a lovely 8th birthday, my babies are 25 and 20 now, how I wish I could revisit some of the lovely childhood times and I envy you your lovely blog diary to look back on. Finished one granny ripple with you're colour pack and am now in the second so that both if my caravan seats has one. Can't wait to see the bag x

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