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« Blogtober 2020 :: Day 30 | Main | Sunday Vibes »

October 31, 2020


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Thank you Lucy, for your blogtober posts. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed each and every one


I’ve very much enjoyed your daily posts

Claire Hayden

It has been wonderful reading your delightful blog every day. I'm so pleased you have enjoyed it so much and want to continue. Really looking forward to reading more. Thank you so much 😍x


Yes, it's been lovely seeing your posts all month. I shall look forward to more if you decide to do them. The weather was fab yesterday wasn't it. The dog and I got absolutely soaked first thing, but then later on all the sunshine and breeze, it was really energising. I might find the wind less energising after I've been stood in it all day watching football today, we shall see. Hope you have a good Sunday. CJ xx

Charlotte Pountney

Yes, It has been fun! But don't feel you can't have a day off if you want one...then it might start to feel like a chore. The web pumpkin is amazing; quite stressful trying not to cut the filaments as you carved, I should think! Pumpkin soup for lunch? And the next day!


So pleased you're going to continue to post daily. Love to start my day admiring your views, no woods by me so I borrow yours!


Really enjoyed your blog posts this month! Great that you are continuing. Reminds us all what real life is all about! Thank you!


Wow those pumpkins are amazing.
It’s been lovely to read your blog each day in October, so pleased to read you are hoping to continue 🤞🏻
I love seeing the beautiful countryside around you, it’s stunning.
Thank you


I've discovered your blog during this Blogtober, and not only has it been a lovely way of getting to know you and peeking into your world, it's also been a perfect reminder of what blogging is really about! I've genuinely looked forward to reading your blog each day and seeing what you've gotten up to.


Yes great fun. Fab carvings! Glad you will be around again 💕


Thank you Lucy I've Loved every word and photo


I really enjoyed Blogoctober, Lucy! Glad we'll have you around a few more days! Glad you've enjoyed too! xx

Sarah F.

Yayyyyy to more blog posts! I was getting sad that October was over and we wouldn’t have your lovely posts to look forward to each day. Your pumpkins came out awesome! Thank you for sharing your daily joys. 😊❤️

Marcie Carr

Yes please, do keep going, I'm really enjoying your posts! Wishing you well in the looming shutdown, we've just been through that here in Victoria, Australia, I hope it works for you over there.


I really like your Blog.
Noreen in Michigan.

Evi Schumacher

A delight as always, I’ve much enjoyed your October blogs, happy that it sounds as if you might make it into November as well. :-)
I just started crocheting your Moorland Throw by the way, though I am making mine lap throw size.


Well done for getting to the end of the month, it seems like a huge challenge to me! Thank you for the effort you've put into it - you've cheered up a lot of people, me included:) I've really enjoyed popping by each day, looking at the photos and reading about your days and projects. I'm looking forward to stopping by next/this month, seeing how things pan out.
Very best wishes to you all!

Donna Philpott

I have thoroughly enjoyed all your posts & photos & peeking into your life, again. I am glad that you seem to be doing just fine & staying well. I have a 4th grandchild at the ancient age of 71 & finishing up a 3rd afghan for the little tike. it's the colors of water in a swimming pool. I have learned a great deal from your blog! from a ridge in Tennessee,

Jan Heywood

Hello Lucy... have enjoyed reading your daily posts (and pics), pleased to read that you might continue
I saw your gorgeous Sweet Pea colours... my next project... got cross stitch to complete!
Take care, stay safe 💐🌈

Carol B.

Hi Lucy. Thank you for your 31 days of blogging. I have enjoyed them very much, having followed your musing since almost the very beginning.
I have to admit that I belong to the Dark Side ( I'm a knitter ) but I just love your use of colour. I really like your naughty Granny Bag as you use the colours I love , but your palette is paler , more chalkier than I would use, and therefore more tempting for me.
I also knit my socks in tandem.........is there any other way?????
Kind regards.

Jacqui sj

Lucy, I have loved reading your daily vlogs and appreciate the time and energy it takes each day but am pleased you have decided to continue for even a few more days. Thank you


So pleased you will be continuing with your Blog posts Lucy. Love Skipton and the surrounding area. Really enjoying working on the Aria blanket. Stay safe and enjoy your beautiful surroundings and your lovely cosy home. X

Rachel Davies

I have absolutely loved reading your daily blogs throughout October. Thank you so much for all the effort you have put in to them. It has definitely been a daily highlight for me.


Hooray, that’s so lovely to hear. I’ve really enjoyed your daily posts and am looking forward to hearing about your exercise ‘stuff’. Thanks so much Lucy for taking the time to share with us and love your amazing carved pumpkins. Have a wonderful rest of the weekend, take care love and hugs Becki xx

Linda from Boston

Yay!! I’ve so enjoyed reading your blog every day as evening approaches. Love the pictures. Your pumpkins are beautiful!! Even though my son’s birthday is today (28 today) I haven’t carved a pumpkin in a long time. The squirrels just attack them!! Read a tip to draw design on the pumpkin using dry erase markers. Any left on will rub off. Sounds good.

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