Son is sleeping still and it’s raining outside so I’m finally getting my head down for some long overdue award giving.
This award came from M Kate at La Vie est Belle. Thank you so much.
For Autumnal goodness (my fav season) I award this to:
Cindy at http://rosehavencottage.blogspot.com/
Suzie at http://littlebusybee.blogspot.com/
Stephanie at http://loftcreations.blogspot.com/
Ulla at http://kotkarankki.blogspot.com/
Sarah at http://www.themikkelsens.net/sarah/journal/
Annie at http://annie-flowergarden.blogspot.com/
Belinda at http://browndirtcottage.blogspot.com/
Here are the rules:
1. The winner can put the logo on her blog.
2. Link the person you received your award from.
3. Nominate at least 7 other blogs.
4. Put links of those blogs on yours.
5. Leave a message on the blogs of the girls or boys you’ve nominated.
Ok 7 or more it says so here goes:
Penny at http://lavenderhillstudio.blogspot.com/
M Kate at http://melialissa.blogspot.com/
Annie Coe at http://blissful-bohemian.blogspot.com/
Barbara at http://www.ramblingsfromanenglishgarden.blogspot.com/
Margaret at http://www.theearthlyparadise.com/
Gillian at http://reflectionsintheafternoon.blogspot.com/
Emily at http://ravenhill.typepad.com/
Pamela Terry and Edward at http://fromthehouseofedward.blogspot.com/
Amy at http://myzoebug.blogspot.com/
Amy makes wonderful hair clips my daughter loves so do please visit her.
This award came from Gillian at Reflections in the afternoon
The Blogging Friends Forever Rules are:
1. Only five people allowed.
2. Four have to be dedicated followers of your blog.
3. One has to be someone new, or recently new to your blog, or live in another part of the world.
4. You must link back to whoever gave you the ‘Blogging Friends Forever’ award.
Ok 5 so here goes:
Lynn at http://diaryofamadquilter.blogspot.com/ is new to here. She loves to quilt!
Karen at http://messykaren.blogspot.com/
Blondie at http://vintageprims.blogspot.com/
Aims at http://bigbluebarnwest.blogspot.com/
Eileen at http://eileensattic.blogspot.com/
These were taken on the 2nd Sept. Hawthorn berries.
Gorse seed pods
Dandelion setting seed.
Oak making acorns
The landscape is speaking of Autumn.
A wild flower in the grass.
Foxgloves in the bracken.
Grass setting seed and dandelion setting seed.
Rose bay willow still in flower (weed in a garden).
I wonder who made this tunnel?
The start of blackberries.
The hounds are happy to be walking without it raining on them.
Dew on the grass like tiny pearls.
Seed head of grass plantain.
The biggest bee I ever did see.
Son on the morning of his birthday with a nurse. Thank you all so much for your good wishes. I’ll be over to see you this afternoon. 🙂
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