Ah the Eynsham Beer Festival…which means: beer (of course), cream teas, cricket…
…cute dogs aplenty….
…Aunt Sally and Eynsham Morris…
…even if Robin came in civvies!
The past, the present, the future – Eynsham Gods?
[P.S. The shadow photo above was inspired by one of SueC’s recent paintings]
Here is my bath pillow and sponge…they look rather pathetic don’t they?
Especially the small one, who seems ro be imploring heaven for help!
I thought I’d share with you a memory of a lovely day. About 12 years ago, I went to Copenhagen for a long weekend with my Ma. On our last day we went to the zoo.
I was VERY keen to see the red pandas…”Sssh” I cautioned, “they’re very shy!”. We turned the corner to see this little chap…”Shy indeed!” retorted Ma.
Spotted in Summertown yesterday – I’m always pleased to see trees being respected. There are a few Victorian walls down the Banbury Road (in Oxford) that let tree roots through, but this is the most modern example I’ve seen. Hurrah for the plot owner and builder.
La Marrison (stalwart of this parish) has been dog sitting Billie, a Border Terrier, who belongs to our mutual friend Jo. As you can see, Billie has been enjoying the sunshine outside The Emporium.
I also met, Nelly, who is a Border Terrier- Jack Russell cross. She is so CUTE and her fur is SO soft…I’m in love (don’t tell Maisie).
Hattie hides from the press!
There are some nice pigs at Millets Farm at the moment.
Who says shoes have to match?
After all that partying, sometimes it’s nice just to be alone with a book (well, almost alone).