Tuesday, 11 December 2007

This little piggy went to market....

On the way this is what I saw...

Well first the day dawned and oh what a dawn... BEAAAAUUUUTIFUL!



Then I spotted this which made me smile... a pram full of kisses..



Next was this lovely little copse of knitted trees...



I came upon these little felted friends..



...Beautiful blooms of every colour



I loved this heart reflected in the bluest of skies...



Popped in to see a customer...and check on my frames..



And climbed the hill to home...



All in all a lovely day!

19 comments:

Cathy said...

Sounds like a great day! And in the sun too - even better.
Cathy X

Katherines Dream said...

Is That Your Road????
if it is it is Fantastic.......
I want that Pram full of kisses.
My sister has our Big Pram all wrapped up in garage.
I am going to get it for Katie and will do a wee post for it.
Decided to go with Red Wine and Not Tonic with lemon and ice, I feel very rubbery now! if you get what I mean lol......
Carol xx

HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS ... said...

Hi Michele, just a quick one, just to say that I looked up at the sky over our place this morning as I was getting in the car to go to work, I was thinking the very same thing, what a beautiful sky, I love your picture, just as I'd pictured it. Will look in again tomorrow, turning in know, I need my zeds! x

Nostalgia at the Stone House said...

Hi Michele,
Thank you for the little tour. (I think I recognise where most of those lovely photos were taken - but I've not seen the knitted trees before....)
Another beautiful sky this morniong - have a great day,
Niki x

Cowboys & Custard said...

Hi Carol
No unfortunately this is not my road but it is close by.. it is actually Camden Crescent which is one of the famous Crescents in Bath.. the views are magnificent from here..
Michelexx

Cowboys & Custard said...

Hi Louise
Did you see the sky this morning? They just seem to get better and better..and with the landscape dusted with icing sugar.. stunning!
Hope you have a lovely day!
Michelex

Cowboys & Custard said...

Hi Niki
Yes.. beautiful sky again.. the benefit of getting up so darn early each morning is that I get to see the dawn in all it's glory!
Those gorgeous knitted trees are in Walcot Woollies!
Have a lovely day.
Michelex

Vintage to Victorian said...

Hi Michele

Your photos made me quite nostalgic. Suddenly I miss Bath! I think it was the photo of Camden Crescent. Hannah was at school at Lansdown and it was in those days that I drove up that side of the city the most.

Love the woolly trees!

Sue x

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous things all of them including your frames! Oh and congrats on your 61st post - keep blogging.
Carolyn
http://willowhouse.typepad.com

Ragged Roses said...

Hi Michele
What a gorgeous sky. Last night as we were walking back from school, the sky was beautiful too, bands of colour from softest green, yellow, blues and pinks - BUT I didn't have my camera handy! I also thought you lived in the crescent, oh I love Bath. Love the reindeer and the pram full of kisses.
Kimx

HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS ... said...

Hi Michele, no I didn't see the sky this morning, it was still dark, and I was scraping what seemed like a two inch frost off the car! I love, love, love, real mistletoe, it is so hard to find nowadays in great quantities, how I would just love that pram parked out in the garden, maybe not with the baby still in, mind you. Lovely to see a picture of your abode, I will have so much choice in which room to choose to stay in! Seriously though, yes I can be serious when I want to be, Bath is stunning when it comes to architecture, and great shops, a lovely place to live. x

Country Cottage Chic said...

Ooh! I like the pram full of kisses & the knitted Christmas trees!

bj said...

Wow...you have a beautiful town. Thanks so much for sharing....(and you didn't catch even a glimpse of Mr. Cage or Mr. Depp, at all???)
bj

...... Kristina ...... said...

I want a pram full of kisses.....its so adorable
Kristina xxx

Diane said...

what an amazing town -- rich in culture and architectures -- and people too :) I loved all the interesting things you snapped for us though I think my favourite, like a few of the others, is that pram! Thank you for this delightful journey!

Diane, Sand to Glass

beeswax, said...

As usual lovely pictures, what a beautiful morning sky,and the pram full of kisses, well, just adorable......
Hope it is not too cold for you in your part of the country, just can't get over that picture of the pramfull of kisses, I love it.
Kath x

Tracy said...

Hello! My first visit here...You have a lovely blog, and you live where I dream of! Is that truly your street? *SWOON* A very fun and pretty post. I look forward to coming back here! Happy Day :o)

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

Michelle, your boxes are too cute! I love the scotty ones, of course! Do you sell them? Let me know ..my email is sweetcottagedreams1@comcast.net

xo
Becky

secretsofabutterfly said...

thankyou for taking us round on two of your recent days out, its been lovely to see the goodies in the shop window and browse the flowers,those violets on the next post are beautiful, you live in a lovely place M, luv kat