Sunday, April 1, 2012

Seven Days

















Seven Days past.  Seven days in which we have:

:: Warmed ::

:: Cleaned ::

:: Grown ::

:: Enjoyed ::

:: Begun ::

:: Welcomed ::

:: Worried ::

A week of extraordinary ordinary moments.  Everyday joys to treasure in my heart.Blessings and love  as we begin another cycle of seven days xxx

21 comments:

  1. Is it lambing already there? April, so it must be. Hope all goes well and your Toms are looking good, very promising.

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    1. lambing is just beginning here- you see odd early ones dotted around here and there, but ours are not due for another two weeks - hence the worry. x

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  2. Hope the worrying passes quickly and is unfounded, but that the growing is bountiful and continues for a good while.

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  3. I have already seen many lambs here locally, hope the worries soon get sorted x

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  4. Love your pictures, lovely week :) X

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  5. Jaquic you always manage to capture the everyday with such love. x x x

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  6. So lovely to see the shot of Sara! What a wonderful place to be!

    Hugs to you all

    San xx

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  7. The weeks are always so busy! Is that the beginnings of a hoop house? I have always wanted one here, but we have to be so careful due to hurricanes. And your mop and bucket picture will be in my world today, my floors need it! Hope your week in just lovely.

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  8. It has been a lovely week. although twas cold on the beach this morning !

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  9. Ooh, your tomato plants are bigger than mine! Are you going to have a polytunnel?? How exciting! xx

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  10. You do housecleaning too? Dusting is on my lists today. Lovely week and my you have another lovely week ahead!

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  11. Lovely photos! Thanks for sharing.

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  12. your photos are all full of love and hope and wonders to come. many blessings for this new week jacqui dear. (and hakuna matata, no worries)

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  13. Oh my...what could be more fun than to have a bonfire...I remember as a child standing by them, they moved me deeply, even as a child, as the flames rose, all colours, sparks and crackles...all that power.
    I love your photos Jacqui, just wonderful.
    Much love

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  14. what lovely pictures! as always :-)

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  15. i like how you clean in style. if one has to clean, doing it with yellow gloves, a pink bucket and a fun mop is the way to do it.

    are you building a polytunnel?

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  16. Wonderfully windswept! And I truly hope that your worries are all resolved already. xxx

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  17. Hi Jacqui,great photos to capture your week, i wonder what you will grow in your polytunnel the tomatoes on the window sill? Oh i love bonfires, sitting watching the flames,gazing at the stars.............Little James is growing up so fast(loved the sleepy head snap).

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  18. I adore your adjectives from the past 7 days.

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  19. Thank you all - sorry, I have been so busy. We are building a poly tunnel - or hoop house as it is in America. Really excited about that. Hoping the sheep is maybe on the mend, but I am about to do a wee post on that.
    LOl - housecleaning is such an event that it makes it onto the blog.
    THank you all again for your lovely comments. xxx

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