Good Evening my sweetlings,
I hope you all are having a beautiful week so far ♥ mine has been spent out in the sun, exploring and adventuring with Steven. We bought sunspray to protect ourselves and the smell of it always takes me straight back to the camping trips I used to go on with my mum and dad as a little girl. Isn't it amazing how scents can do that? They're so closely and intimately tied with our experiences, there is something mysterious and wonderful about that.
A few evenings ago we decided to go for a long walk, we were out for around 2 hours in total and in that time we did battle with a few fences. At one point we had to scale a fence and slip through a little gap, Steven did it with grace and ease but I can't say the same for myself! I got over in the end, but not before a very close encounter with getting my bum stuck in the gap between the fence and a wall!
We wandered up to the common and went in to see the horses. They soon discovered that Steven had bread with him, and boy did they want that bread! Steven was safely on the other side of the fence by this time, but I wasn't and the horses were starting to get a bit over excited trying to ambush Steven for his bread. They wouldn't have hurt me I'm sure, but I do have a bit of a fear of them!
Clemmie is starting to put out her little flower shoots. She's covered in them this year so I'm hoping she might be able to hold onto her fruit for the full time this year.
One of the houses on our street with beautiful climbing roses all over it. I've seen a lot of gardens with these lately, I love them!
I have no idea what this sign actually means, but we imagined a parade of large vegetables crossing the road.
All the trees are in full blossoming mode at the moment, it's so beautiful and the smell is divine. Or as Frenchy says in Grease, divoon! I always loved Frenchy best.
The common has this little fence inside that doesn't actually go anywhere or fence anything in. I love it, it looks like it's creeping out from some other worldly faerie garden.
This tree had brilliant pink blossoms, I've never seen them before but they were lovely.
This horse is the best, look at his mustach! He has a curly blonde mustach and one blue eye. I found out today his name is Bruce, just after he gave me a kiss on the head and tried to nibble my handbag.
Horse orbs, I always seem to photograph a lot of them at the common too.
I could not stop giggling at this, I have absolutely no idea what she was doing. Can anybody tell me? She seemed really blissed out, like she was smelling the air or something.
After hanging out with the horses for a while we got ambushed by the Street of Bobs. There's a black and white cat on the street actually called Bob, and most of the other cats on that street are also black and white so we call them all some variation of Bob. This is one of the only none-Bob's I've seen!
Not especially a Bob either, this cat was the most gorgeous colour and so tiny and cute, but he seemed a little tempermental about where he liked to be fussed.
Bliss and Blessings to you all my darlings ♥