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Tea and scones, with marmalade coming up. I aim to please ;-)
Good idea, Nellies. A scone with that tea as well? And I'm glad you enjoyed the puzzle.
A dry bench, a little sun and a book to read - dris could bring me a cup-o-tea. Thanks for a relaxing puzzle.
Let's winter in the southern hemisphere, like maybe New Zealand. Long days that time of the year, speak English and no use whatsoever for nukes!
Am absolutely delighted you will assume ownership of this place. So-o-o much easier to visit someone you know rather than total strangers. Now, if you'll recall, I did find your beach house back in May. But, if it wasn't what you were looking for, I'll put that little gem back on the market and continue looking for you while researching your winter and summer places.
Unbeknownst to the current owners, this will be one of my four seasonal homes, once I cash in my winning Powerball ticket (that I have yet to purchase, alas). Fun, fun puzzle - all the pieces were so dense-packed with color and texture: leaves, stone, old wood and gravel. Good stuff. I will say this though - I think it would have been a better picture if they didn't mess so much with the "paintering"! The composition stands well on it's own. If you zoom in on the hedge to the right of the path, the hatching becomes readily evident. DesktopNexus, would you guild the lily? Thanks Pat! Care to find the other three homes for me? ;-)
Yes to you all. Thank you so much for appreciating the loveliness of this spot and taking the time to comment.
So do I.
Reminds me of a cottage in England. So peaceful.
I would love to just sit a while here!