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I knew at the beginning of the year that I wanted to let go of the blog. I am in a different place now and I need the space to work through a great many things. I intend to keep the archives up for a time, although I have removed the comment function.
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J xxx

Saturday, April 13, 2013

Seven Daysssss

















Seven days past

Silver frosty mornings, with the sun burning through the dawn mists
Sprouting kale spears from last year's plants
Sowing the seeds of this year's hoped for harvest - it will be the best yet!
Suddenly noticing the beauty in this old rusty gate post
Sipping coffee and eating pie in my local cafe
Stepping out at a wedding dance with friends and neighbours
Sensing Spring in the air

Sending love and blessings to you all, as we turn our faces to the next Seven Days



23 comments:

  1. thats beautiful, seven days, lovely,

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  2. Just lovely. And I really want that cake! Husband is healing, lots of physio happening. Still so cold and wet here, but soon the warmth will soak into our bones. :) Lois

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  3. Your view is astounding! What an incredible spot to take your tea. And you have things growing already! And the lambs, oh how darling.

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    1. Thanks WSW :) that kale was from last year's sowing. If you leave it in the ground, it puts up broccoli like spears - a delicious Spring treat and some seeds to save too!

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  4. A wonderful series of photos!
    Hope you are having a beautiful day!
    Lea
    Lea's Menagerie

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  5. Loving your photos here in the Pacific Northwest USA...lovely.

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  6. I've been envying your sunny weather every time I see the BBC weather forecast - but I guess the downside is that it's been very dry. Surprising to see the frost - I thought you'd had warmer temperatures. Suddenly it's Spring here today - warm, wet, windy. Wishing you a good growing season.

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  7. Ah to have some fresh kale in the garden. We eat a lot of it, each day, and I can't wait to get some more plants in the ground. Love, V

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  8. Looks like a great seven days. Breathing in the springtime now that it's finally on its way.

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  9. Just beautiful....thank you for sharing.
    Jacquie x

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  10. spring is so very slow here this year- lovely to see green in your garden!

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  11. Lovely pictures, and I like the rusty gate post :-) Rowen@Cosatal Colours x

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  12. oh just seven days, that would do for me, seven days there to soak in all your islands beauty. well,till we can visit there someday, thank you for sharing dear jacqui.

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  13. Hello Jacqui....this is a busy time of the year for us all. You still have snow on the ground, while I had a Sunday of 80 degrees. I really do like your new profile photo...

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  14. The rusty gate post is my favorite! Simple things and yet beautiful :)

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  15. Ahhh that rusty gate post is a real beauty. Good eye. It makes me wonder who bent that iron and was it once used for another purpose? All of your photos are wonderful!

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  16. Thanks for helping me to look for the beauty in the next seven days...

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  17. Hello dear Jacqui
    So much depth in all your pictures. How many precious moments we live in a single day, and in seven...Wishing you a grand harvest this year. Love to you, Kelly

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  18. Yir dog looks affy cald in the first photo :)

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