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Tuesday, 29 June 2010

GUESS WHERE I AM?

I am home in England!!
We decided that as the company my husband now works for provides us with flights home I would take advantage! So here I am and this is the sight that greeted me as I drove around the corner yesterday.........my VERY full front garden..........I have missed my garden very much and so I am looking forward to spending some time amongst the flowers.
I have to say that my back garden is not looking so good, it has suffered from 8 weeks of neglect and the recent dry weather!

11 comments:

Carol Q said...

ooh Sue, I bet you're glad to be home to familiar sights for a short while. does that mean all your craft things are now in Kazakstahn? LOL

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Wow Sue, the garden does look full, just the way I like it, it looks fab and look at that red hot poker, blimey. My back garden is looking better than the front, the front is so dry the soil is like dust LOL. See you Thursday, Tracy x

Helen said...

And to think to some people that garden would look awful - for me, the fuller the better! Have a great stay.

Hels Sheridan said...

Welcome home hun...how long are you staying for ... hope you get chance to play in the flowers and make some art too :O)) Hugs x

Wendy said...

Wow one full garden..........you should see mine too.......must blog it...........lost a few bits to the frost though. Best bit about your garden is its you taking the picture.........missed you......ALOT!

Sarah Anderson said...

Hurray!!!!!!!!!!! Loving that you're home, and so close. Playdates here we come :)

Kimber said...

Does this put a crimp in Richards lifestyle, having you show up? lol
I was also going to comment about art supplies being in KZ - oh no! Guess you'll have to get some more for while you are back home! That's really rough...
:)
Enjoy your time at home!

CuddlyBunny said...

Oh wow, beautiful! You've got one very jealous reader here!

Nigel said...

Welcome back. Will we be seeing you at the Cubby Hole then?

Athena said...

'There's no place like home'. WHat a gorgeous garden.

I'd take full advantage of those free flights too .

olive said...

welcome to warm England.... enjoy your time here. Ciao