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Sunday, May 10, 2015

Sunday Sundries

Now that’s a heading you haven’t seen for awhile.

The season is changing here. Rich Autumn colours in the garden

Autumn Ribbet collage

Still a bit of summer colour lingers on:
Autumn flowersRibbet collage

This week we have had the pleasure of hosting two Swedish WWOOFers. Maia and Emilia have worked really hard. They have been a delight to have staying in our house. They cleared lots of weeds on the bank.

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I asked them to prune a very large lavender bush, but first they harvested all the flower spikes.Now tied into bunches and  drying in the garage.

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They helped us change our wall quilts.

autumn quiltsRibbet collage

We shall miss these two Swedish maidens when they leave us. Safe journey home Maia and Emilia.

  

8 comments:

  1. I love the colours in your Autumn garden. Every season has it's charms. What are WWFors? Whatever they are they seem jolly useful! I love to use dried lavender in so many ways. Have you tried putting some in a muslin bag and tying it under the taps when you are running a bath? So relaxing.

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  2. autumn I think is the best season when it comes to colours and you certainly have put on a show for us. Having problems with ads not allowing access to blogs but got into you today and caught up with the previous 2 blogs too, Mum certainly went through a lot having her hair done in "the good old days" Going to try and check out the tutorial on the weighted pin cushions now

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  3. Love the hexagon quilt... a real special treasure! Was it hand or machine pieced? Linda

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  4. We already miss you! xx
    /Maia & Emilia

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  5. These two young women look like delightful guests and workers. I'm sure they have great memories of their time at your house.

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  6. What rich Autumn shades, you do have better Autumn colours down there, very envious!

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  7. The leaves arent turning here yet - they're trying to - very hard but not quite there.

    Your house guests look like they fitted right in.

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  8. I didn't realise WWOOFers did more than farm work - it looks like it was great to have them stay. Beautiful Autumn photos, Linda. And a lovely post about your Mum and her hair too - what a process that was!

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