Nibbling in the corners


Been kidnapped by life for a few days, popping my head around the Potting Shed door from time to time to make sure everything was still there as it were.

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Yup, still there

Did manage to play or should I say hide in there occasionally.

In the sitting room

In the kitchen

In the boys’ bedroom

and the bathroom – which is where I’m supposed to be

but really ought to finish the tiling, make the shelves and do the doors and windows.

See you next week all being well 😉


4 responses »

    • Ah, it’s easy when you buy a pot and cup already with the tea pouring 😉
      I wasn’t sure whether it would be visible through the bay window but it does seem to be doesn’t it? Must find the info about the maker, I’ve been searching for it for over a week!

  1. I love your attention to all the details. It’s quite charming and makes the home come alive. The boys must drive Aunt A bonkers. Poor thing has imaginary friends to tea! As always, I look forward to the next chapter of your story.

    • I suspect Aunt A’s canine friend is hoping to share a piece of cake 🙂
      I also suspect that I’m fiddling with the details I’ve missed to-date because I’m putting other tasks off 😦

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