Springtime Colours

Before we begin, I’d like to thank you once again for your “calm down Heather!” comments about my house stuff. Sometimes it is difficult to see beyond the “aaaargh” parts, and I appreciate your kind comments.

I am also encouraged by your yarn selling comments! I will be having a sort out this weekend anyway, and why not make yarn the first priority eh. Then I’ll see if there actually is owt worth offering for sale. I’ll see if Andy can set me a up a shop page on here to put things on. Thanks guys :-)

So today I have for you some more photos of my walk. It wasn’t a long walk, I was out for about an hour and a half and didn’t really go far. Most of the time was taking photos, and I was very glad to hear that I am not alone in my slow-walking-photo-taking ways.

These were the colours of my walk …

BROWN

RED


PINK

PURPLE

YELLOW

BLUE

and gorgeous, wonderful, most welcome

GREEN

I’ve a feeling that I’ll look back on this post in December with slight disbelief that there was ever this much colour in the world. Please remember to enjoy the lovely sunny days while we have them! I wish I could bottle them up for Winter and then just open the bottle and shine it at my face once in a while. Wouldn’t that just be lovely?

xxxxxxx

p.s I had a lovely dream last night: I dreamt that the postman arrived with three parcels of Cornishware for me! One box of “girl” mugs, one box of four blue mugs and then one big red dreadnaught jug! And all the boxes were stripy too. I was just unwrapping them (in my dream) and my alarm went off. Ho hum, it was nice while it lasted!

13 thoughts on “Springtime Colours

  1. Great photos.I have just found my camera so must take some pics over the weekend. Stop worrying about the state of your house.
    Your family just want to see you. You survived the long winter just gone. Think bunting, sunshine, flowers and all that colourful crochet you do. Have a good Easter and bank holiday break.xxx

  2. Hi Heather, I live in Adelaide South Australia, and found your site via Lucy. You take beautiful photos, and it’s so different to over here – I feel like I get a free trip to your hometown every time I visit! Thanks for sharing, and I wish you and yours a wonderful Easter. :)

  3. Hi Heather, I live in Adelaide, South Australia, and found your site via Lucy. You take beautiful photos, and it’s so different to over here – I feel like I get a free trip to your hometown every time I visit! Thanks for sharing, and I wish you and yours a wonderful Easter. :)

  4. Thank you for that lovely walk, you do live in a beautiful part of the world. Oh I so agree about wishing you could bottle sun and warmth for thoes dark, cold days of winter. Wouldn’t it be unbelievable if you did receive that parcel!!!!!
    x Sandi

  5. Hello Heather!
    What beautiful colours, just what I need on a grey day like today!
    I read your other post jus tthis morning and thought wow, how lucky for you, 11 days off, I hope you have a wonderful time with your family!
    And oooh how JEALOUS am I about your de-stash, but I think postage would make buying anyhting from the UK totally ridiculous :O(
    Many abundant blessings to you, lots of love XXXXX

  6. Well Heather I am just catching up with your last few posts, and thought I would let you know that I enjoy your blog very much: I applaud your creativity and your honesty. Times can be tough indeed. However, getting outside, even if to crochet outside the back yard helps. You are good at thinking outside the box – buy the Tesco foam tiles and place over the floorboard ( or construct a plant pot with them for your outdoor herbs) or use an old doormat. In answer to your query, ‘yes’ yarn sells well on e-bay. An alternative is the ‘Free ads’ paper – do you have one where you live? When I was in my mid-teens we spent 2 years jumping over the gas pipe and open channel round it that ran the length of the kitchen, that Mum and Dad couldn’t afford then kept not getting round to filling in. My sisters and I still laugh about it and it cheers us up immediately. Chin up – you’ll both get there. Am enjoying the photos.

  7. I love your tulip photo especially its fabulous. I am with you on the Cornish blue I covet the girl cups (and and manly shades and the standard shades of mugs)and basically everything they have ever made really. If only the dream were true.. Have a lovely easter.

  8. Gorgeous colourful photos – definitely something to brighten up the winter months! Would make nice pictures printed out and hung in groups x

  9. Your photos are wonderful. Thanks for sharing your scenic walk. I almost felt like I was there with you.

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