1. I often have one eye on the window when I’m early morning tapping away on here, Noelle, but this morning we have wall to wall wetness 🙂 Thanks, darlin’.

    1. They can! I love looking at the shapes. 🙂 Unfortunately this morning the sky is a solid grey wall and the rain dripping down my neck 😦 Thanks a lot!

    1. Thanks, Gilly! 🙂 We haven’t discussed it properly. I’m only there for 2 weeks and will very much be at the beck and call of family. When Meg is settled in we can maybe talk about it. Otherwise it’ll be in jolly old England, won’t it? Didn’t we agree this was a get together year? I can fly south if need be, just not till later in the year. 🙂

      1. I’m hoping we can, but with Jude fleeing away from me south I was thinking more Cornwall way. I haven’t been since I was a kid and there are so many gardens I’d like to see. Hang on! I’m starting to sound like her now 😦 😦

      1. Departure must be imminent, Meg? I’m getting ready to welcome in the new blog 🙂 You’ll be fine and fully absorbed with the twins once you get there.

    1. This one started on our local beach last week, Ad. With clear blue skies the trail of 3 planes caught my eye, and an idea was born 🙂 Thanks, hon.

    1. Did you see Meg’s post on Calligraphy, Elisa? It was a lovely interpretation. She’s going to spend a year in Poland because she has twin grandbabes 🙂

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