Monday, 25 April 2011

Sea of yellow

This is the view today from the back of house

We are so lucky to live with open countryside right behind us. The field is just full of rape, which whilst gorgeous to look at, I must confess is making both myself and the children sneeze like mad. I would not however change where we live for all the tea in china and hope so much that the land is never sold to developers for houses to built on.

I've been busy sewing over the Bank Holiday in between outings with the family and making the most of the sunny warm weather. Anyway the children are back to school / preschool tomorrow for all of 3 days before the bank holiday next weekend.

We're off to a friends house to celebrate the Royal Wedding. I am planning on watching all the coverage from a prime position on the sofa with a glass of Pimms in hand and ooing and aaghhing over the dress, hats and outfits. (well that's the plan, we'll see!) I can't wait to see William in his RAF Uniform, good call, but then I am biased, what with Andy being in RAF.

Anyway off to cook tea and looking forward to sewing tomorrow, with the radio for company and a very quiet house.

'till next time


  1. I love living in Lincolnshire too. Its Beautiful! You are a great writer, your blogs always make an interesting read. Love from a fellow mother, tea drinker, bunting seller, and vegetable gardener :-)

  2. It's so pretty at this time of year - yellow fields and hawthorn in bloom everywhere. Even made my journey on the M4 and M25 bearable yesterday!

  3. Still sneezing, but have now found some marvelous medicine for the children!