Sunday Sevens 2020 #5

Welcome to my Sunday Sevens – a post where I share seven (or so) photos of my week.

This week started with a very little bit of snow…



As the week progressed we had some lovely sunshine….


… and then cloud, mist and rain. So I was pleased when my new walking boots arrived. The old ones were literally falling apart. Nice to have dry warm feet again!


Indoors I painted a canvas green ready for the cork project I mentioned a while ago and confused everyone with my explanation of it.  The canvas dried too green, so I need to paint it again.


After the success of my first batch of damson vodka I decide to try my hand at making some Damson gin…


And finally here’s Harry being a true gentleman: When I took my Baa-ble Hat off at the gate, he insisted on carrying it up the drive for me…


Hope you’ve had a great week.

Until next time,

Bekki x

6 thoughts on “Sunday Sevens 2020 #5

  1. It was 20 degrees c here today – some of the ladybirds who were hibernating at the top of the window in my workroom woke up and were wandering about the window panes so I put them in a box with punched holes and took them up the garden and put them on a shelf in a lean-to so, hopefully, they’ll go back to sleep.
    I love the way rRetrievers like to carry things around and, even though I know it’s what they’re bred for, it still looks so cute.

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    1. So hard for the animals with these up and down temperatures. Well done with the ladybirds, although you should have read them a bedtime story too.
      Harry definitely knows how to look cute, but he’d never be involved in what his breed are bred for.


  2. Tialys made me laugh – it was 20c here too yesterday and it rained all day and this is our hottest and driest month 🙂 Love Harry being a gentleman. You should take full advantage of that particular trait and get him to carry the shopping in as well 🙂 Is it just me or do our walking boots wear out quicker these days?

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    1. Me too 🙂 Harry hasn’t quite graduated to carrying the shopping in – mind he’d probably eat it if we gave it him. He does help take the recycling out and brings his bowl to me when he’s finished his dinner – but you do have to trade for a biscuit to get him to let go!
      No, it’s not just you, I think so too.

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