Letters from a Hill Farm
Seems a very sensible thing to do. :))))Both you and Mrs. Bale, very sensible. (do you have a motor bike with a side car too??) :))))
Wouldn't that be fun, if I did! I can make a mean cocktail, though.
Lovely to see Mrs. Bale again. Your chair looks, as the smallest little bear said "just right".
She always makes me smile. And that chair is the best I've ever sat in. The magic lazy boy.
Nan, after much raineverything here surrounding my cottageis thriving.I need to rest moreand this morningfinished the 10 quarts of strawberries for freezer,made a strawberry pie and salmon croquetts for my weekend mealsand work outside all day in the gardenI am ready for a bath and bed.Need to sit and read...
You are a wonder!
We've had a miserable weather week -- hot/humid and then rain most of the week. Today 40's and more rain...UGH
Ah, yes, I vaguely remember that hot and humid weather - just a few days ago.
Same here, Nan; way too cold for the season and too much rain. Did go on a nice long walk yesterday, but today is going to be spent mostly reading, playing The Sims and maybe blogging.
We've had all kinds of weather this month.
Every rain cloud holds a silver (reading excuse) lining! It's nice to see Mrs Bale is still advising you.
Yes, she is my guru. :<)
Saturday was perfect for reading indoors here, too ... so cold, windy, and rainy! Friday we actually had snow. I don't ever remember it snowing so late in the season. Even stranger since the air conditioner was on earlier in the week.
We seem to have much the same weather!
Was going to comment on all three of Mrs Bales' reports at once... on the latest one .. but just had to say here that I love your reading chair. (that's certainly where I'd be!)
It's the best one I've ever had!
I am really going to try and respond to your comments as soon as they come in! I'm so grateful for your notes.Also, you may comment on any post, no matter how old, and I will see it.