I truly find it hard to believe that it’s September already, maybe its because I’m still waiting for the rest of summer to arrive!!
August in this part of the UK was still quite damp but the flowers did keep blooming, all except the sweetpeas that is and I’m happy to report my tomatoes are now ripening.
A little quiet spot to sit when the sun did shine.
And a little home grown posy.
Trips out over the past couple of weeks included a day to the seaside for my Hb’s birthday….it looked almost Meditteranean (almost)!
And a visit to the beautiful Ballyrobert Cottage Garden.
This is how I would love my garden to look.
We also paid a visit to the fantastic Ulster Folk & Transport Museum.
So much lovely vintage there.
All in all not a bad end to August despite the rain…you’d think we’d be used to it by now!!
So here we are in September (still summer according to the GRD calendar), the month when I become another year older and we celebrate 35 years of marriage!!
I’ll just you leave with the next batch of animals!
This is Helia, her name means ‘of the sun’ and she certainly brings her own sunshine with her.
Next is Anthea and her name means ‘flowery’.
Zinnia is a celebration of those beautiful flowers that I cannot get to grow in my garden as the slugs and snails eat them all.
And finally this little mouse in her mossy green outfit is of course…. Moss.
All these girls will be listed in my Etsy shop on Tuesday 6th September at 9pm (BST).
More information about my animals can be found here.
And finally, finally, just before I go I would like to thank the lovely Micheline for nominating me for the ‘One Lovely Blog Award’, thank you so much Micheline, you’re very kind.
Have a great September folks!