Sunday, 4 December 2011

Whoosh!

The days go by, my feet don't touch the ground, and the planned blog post falls off the To Do list day after day.

Next week I will have no visitors at all, and I can spend my time not planning meals, not cooking, not chatting, not going anywhere interesting/lovely/unusual/plain funny.


Porlock Weir





Allerford




Of course, my new family the builders will still be with me.




I'm beginning to wonder if I will cope with life without the builders.

Back soon.

18 comments:

the veg artist said...

We now expect lots and lots of photos, news, posts from kitties and all the other things we have been deprived of while you have attended to your non-vitual friends!

Sue said...

You'll be making a lot less tea.

judy in ky said...

We will be surprised to see your home without builders in it... it's hard to imagine.

Rose H (UK) said...

Love the sign Slow cats & ducks :o)
Your utility/laundry is coming on a pace, love the floor :o)
Best wishes
Rose H

flwrjane said...

You've been missed but forgiven now that you've show me the morris dancers.

xo J.

Preseli Mags said...

Ooh look at that! Smooth plaster and a new floor. *Envious sigh*

Desiree said...

Lovely to hear from you, the silence was a bit worrying. What a lovely part of the world you live in now. I read about snow in the north of England ( you must be glad to have left that behind).I love the new floor, beautiful!

frayedattheedge said...

The floor is looking good! We're looking forward to your getting back in the blogging groove, once you have recovered from all the entertaining.

Belinda @ Wild Acre said...

Gosh, LOVE that floor! x

Arthur Ransome said...

Lovely floor. And matching builders, how posh.

Julienne said...

Love the photos and life without builders is quiet!!! Have to say though that I spend hours here playing with your fish!!!!!!

mountainear said...

Know all about the 'blog post dropping off the list' thing. When you can then - it will be something to look forward to.

That floor's looking a bit good!

Toffeeapple said...

You'll miss the company when the builders have left. How's the bathroom coming along?

SmitoniusAndSonata said...

You've never given me the impression of being Sloth and Indolence personified .... but the Somerset air might eventually tip even you over the edge !
But I do hope we are , at least , kept up to date with occasional photos of you and your fellow residents heaped on cushions about your pristine and beautiful cottage . A bit like Hello! magazine , in fact ..... only much , much better .

elizabethm said...

I think you might have my floor? Glad there is enough to go round and isn't it lovely!

Lesley said...

It's all looking good and I'm sure you'll find another project to keep them busy when they're done!

Lesley xx

knutty knitter said...

My builder now pops in for cups of tea and the odd spot of technical support (My other half is a computer geek). I even include him in the odd lunch :)

The floor looks great - wish I had it here....

viv in nz

Marcheline said...

Just be glad your builders don't dress like our plumbers over here in the US.... that last picture would have had to be censored! 8-) (Our plumbers are famous for short shirts and low-hanging britches, otherwise known as the "vertical smile".)

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