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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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May 18, 2014


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Thanks for sharing your walk with us. Beautiful photos!!

Cathy in Maryland

I agree....absolutely glorious!


Ahhh, I love England. I got to visit two summers in a row when I was in college. I live in the desert southwest (USA)now, and I love it, but I also really enjoy it when you post pictures of your glorious English countryside. The two times I was in England, we were based in Oxford, so if I really start to feel the need, I watch "Inspector Lewis". Ha! Thank you for the wonderful pictures. I really appreciate the color you bring to my life through this blog! Have a blessed day!

Daniëlle Hanekamp

Thanks so much for all your gorgeous photographs! They took me out today ....
Already had a few summerdays with 25 degr C here in Holland, amazing!
Rediscovered the need for happy colours through your blog, thanks for that!

Lynda M Otvos

Thanks for taking us with your family on that fabulous walk. Spring green always delights my senses too. It's indeed the most glorious color of all.


Beautiful pictures. Our bluebells are over too down here. It's been tropical - 22 deg! X
Ps type pad was down again for yours and other blogs last night. They having issues?


Lovely photographs as always. There is a mandala winging its way to Skipton!

Gillie Kilner

Well gee, thanks for making a poor expat thoroughly homesick, lol! Just gorgeous pictures and I absolutely agree about green. Can remember exactly where I was when I realised green wasn't just green, lol, but so many different shades, up in Scotland, staying with my grandparents when I was a young girl.


Happy to see your blog again today. Yesterday I was unable to visit your amazing place. Anyway...
You take such great pictures ! Thanks for sharing these pieces of spring. :)


Yes, what a lovely day you had! Thanks for sharing all the lusciousness I with us :)

Winwick Mum

What a lovely day! You can tell you're further north than us, our bluebells have been and gone now. I love that you were able to watch the little mouse without it scurrying away - a proper Beatrix Potter moment! xx


Lovely pictures. Thanks for posting.


Nice to see you back Lucy x

Debbie Longville

Beautiful! What a perfect way to spend a Sunday xx


Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos. Have a nice day! Evelyne from France


Beautiful post!!!!


Wonderful Lucy, so lush and green at this time of year. I have posted crocheted heart bunting in the woods of Norway, lovley scenery you might like as well as the crochet, pop on over!! http://eclectichomelife.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/crocheted-heart-bunting-lots-of-it.html

Cherie Chudyk

What a lovely area, love your photo's. Bluebells just about finished here in Essex, but the countryside is beautiful this spring. Isn't it just amazing how many different shades of green there are.

Angela-Southern USA

Like an enchanted forest! You can't beat spring greens, so fresh, vibrant and lush!. Here the bees have swarmed, the chicks have hatch, the garden has sprouted, what more could anyone want...except some hooky time of course.lol Thanks for sharing Lucy. Hope it's a springy kind of week.

Malama Xida

beautiful walk with beautiful images!


Such a beautiful walk. Do you mind sharing where you park...this would be a lovely outing with the little peeps and the fluffy hound over half term.


Thank you for such a lovely reminder just how beautiful it is around Bolton Abbey. I spent many holidays near there when my children were young, we used to love it!

Tina H

Oh. My. Goodness. What a stunning place to walk! it looks like it's enchanted. I almost expect to see tiny fairies and elves peeping out from those bluebells. Thank you for sharing such glorious photos.

Elaine Hocking

As a Yorkshire lass I remember frequent visits to Bolton Abby from school and as a brownie guide we stayed close by. Very fond memories. Visited N.Yorks for a wedding a few weeks ago and was amazed by the lovely carpets of bluebells. It seems Yorkshire bluebells arrived well before the Cornish ones.
Love reading and seeing your little adventuresxxx


Gorgeous greenery and beautiful blue skies.
Summer has started here Down South, and I'm not complaining!

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