This is another of my monthly round ups of the header pictures which have appeared on posts in the previous month. This is not my regular diary post. Numerate people will work out that I am three pictures short of a full month. This is because we were away from home at the end ofContinue reading “September header pictures”
After a quiet morning in, I went for a walk on a grey and breezy afternoon with Mrs Tootlepedal and her brother and sister in law who have kindly been putting us up for our stay in the south. Mike drove us a few miles to Hambleden lock on the Thames and we walked acrossContinue reading “A riverside walk”
It was the day of the funeral service for Mrs Tootlepedal’s mother. We were blessed with sunny weather, a moving ceremony, and an excellent family gathering at Mrs Tootlepedal’s brother’s house afterwards. I put in another picture of the Thames, taken from Marlow Bridge in the morning, which reflects the fact that it wasn’t aContinue reading “A very satisfactory day.”
We have arrived safely in the south and are staying on Marlow which is on the River Thames.
Here is my monthly compendium of header pictures. This is not one of my regular diary posts.
Here is the monthly collection of headers pictures. This is from July. There is a gap when I was in London and posting from my phone.
Today’s guest picture comes from my brother Andrew. He passed this rural scene on his walk today. The day here started with a trip with Evie to her nursery. As Annie lives in an area of London popular with Portuguese people, we were able to buy some very nice custard tarts from a Portuguese shopContinue reading “Another visit to the allotment”
Today’s guest picture comes from our son Tony who was walking in the golden fields of East Wemyss today. On our visit to Evie, we escaped the heavy rain that fell on other parts of London and the weather turned out to be much kinder today. The sharp eyed Mrs Tootlepedal spotted a fox inContinue reading “Small outings”
Today’s guest picture comes from our son Alistair. He found a leek ready to flower. We had a quiet day after the excitements of the party. Mrs Tootlepedal and I had the honour of accompanying Evie to her nursery in the morning. Then we enjoyed ourselves in Annie’s garden where some grass care was needed.Continue reading “Another quick post.”
A very brief post tonight. After spending some time in the morning admiring the fruit in our daughter Annie’s garden . . . . . . and some flowers too . . . . . . the afternoon was devoted to Evie’s birthday party. The balloon went up at two o’clock . . . .Continue reading “Party time”