A new decade, children flown the nest,finding new interests, friends, food, travel and anything else that fills the space.
Oh how lovely. Bath is one of my favourite places too!Good luck with the packing ... no wonder you're lost for words!xxx
Love your photos of Bath and that NT house too, esp the one sof the kitchen asbsoluely fascinating.Lovely new stitching.Hope all the plans go well over the next few days!Lisa x
They know how to put you through it dont they!! Still not been to Bath - its still on the list! CAn you let me know your adress as I have a little something for you. Love the look of the house - Mr Darcy could come calling. Did you see my Mr Darcy post? xxxx
Lovely photos and I'm adding Dyrham Park to my list of places to visit. My son left home many years ago but I still get butterflies when he's off travelling to far flung places! Louise xx
Ooo thanks for the fabulous tour of Bath. I would love to go there xx
Bath is one of my favourite places too. I've been there twice.Love your fabric purchase, and your colour choices in your embroidery.
Omg, I love these photos so much!! I'm DYING To get to England one day. I love the fabric, too!
Bath is a wonderful place to visit. My daughter will be away for two months in the autumn sailing with my hubby. I'm having awful anxiety dreams about it. x
I really really like your embroidery, they're gorgeous, such beautiful colours. Another craft I'd like to have a go at one day.Sorry to hear your Japanese flower shawl is not appreciated. I made mine two rows wide and turned it into a scarf as I did think it would be a little too flamboyant for me as a shawl. But if more of us were braver in such matters the world would be a brighter place!
Bath is on my wishlist!And your embroidery is very delicate and beautiful.My daughter of 18 wants to do a tour of Europe by train, I don't even want to think of it!