Fenwick’s shop windows

Six word Saturday

Would anyone like a marmalade sandwich?

I had my annual Christmas jaunt to Newcastle-on-Tyne this week, and a date with a very engaging character, in Fenwick’s shop window.

He got up to some very strange antics, but then, that’s Paddington Bear for you.

The windows are skilfully done and seldom disappoint, either children or adults.  Really difficult to photograph, though.

Dawn loves a Lingering Look at Windows.  Perhaps you do too.  Why not join her?  And please don’t forget to share six words with our Debbie.  Whatever you do, have a great weekend!  And if you love snow, I hope you have just the right amount.

 

Six word Saturday

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‘But Peter, who was very naughty…’

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Every year I look forward to Fenwick’s Christmas windows in Newcastle-on-Tyne. Rarely do they disappoint.  This year they celebrate 150 years of Beatrix Potter.  What could be finer? Come window gazing with me.

What would life be without Jemima Puddle-duck?  Or handsome Jeremy Fisher?

We all have our favourites.  These cats look rather mean to me but the details are simply delicious.

And I can almost hear the squeaks of those tailoring mice.  Every year the Anticipation is the same, and every year they deliver.  I hope you won’t be disappointed.  Let’s put Peter to bed, shall we?

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Share your six words this Saturday, and have a happy weekend.

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