Gloriously sunny day

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We’ve set up Nostalgia Close open and on a table in front of a south-facing window, next to a sofa that I do so like to sit upon.  Now that the year has moved on a little and the sun can get over the hill out there, the dolls house floods with light and hovers in shade.  Great place to sit with a cuppa and glance into its mini world as the sun moves round.

Still here and still thinking minis; just no time to be a-doin – yet, but hopefully soon.

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  1. I love that view of the doll’s house! That’s what I loved about my doll’s house when I was a girl; peeping in and wondering what the little people were doing. My favourite book was ‘Five Dolls in a House’ by Helen Clare; do you know it?

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