Six Word Saturday: The view from my Cornish balcony

Well I thought it looked possible!  In the Walled Garden the other day they hung a couple of embroidered works, and framed by a rose bush I thought this looked rather good! Vibrant and full of colour….

This one’s for Jude, and serves as a reminder of a great afternoon spent chatting and strolling:

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34 comments

  1. Works so well, Sue.
    (And just the six words this week…)
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. More chat than stroll! A lovely peaceful afternoon. And a lovely reminder – thank you 🙂

  3. So creative! Love it, Sue. 🙂

  4. More than rather – very vibrant!

  5. Very nicely framed Sue! 🙂

  6. Love it … I thought it was a painting. Cornwall what a fantastic part of the world. I wish I had a balcony in Cornwall somewhere. What a fantastic needle work .. and that colors are amazing. I wish you a pleasant weekend, but I image you’re packing .. and packing.

    • Sue

      Glad you like it, Wivi – I too would like a balcony in Cornwall!! And I’m not really packing, as the Removals people will do that! Plus I had a friend over yesterday helping me with some more sorting, friends in today taking stuff off the walls, and another friend walking me through what I need to do in the next few days, writing lists and generally organising me….my stress levels have lowered nicely! I am a lucky little bunny…

      • Sue, fantastic news …. I used removal company too, it really takes the stress of the whole “adventure” … until the packing up. *laughing – but one box at the time … Love to read that you have friends that helps you out. Somebody has said that we should move every 5th year … just for the clear out. Somebody else has also said that moving house it the most dramatic and traumatic experience we have since the day we was born. Happy to read that you’re a lucky and happy bunny. Great news.

      • Sue

        Thanks, Wivi! 🙂

  7. And how nice to be able to spend some time with a blogging sister and what a lovely thought this post is.

  8. I bet you didn’t stop nattering either of you! Lovely picture Sue 🙂

  9. Great that you and Jude met up. I bet the conversation wasn’t finished when you parted. Embroidery is a good pairing with the Singer (I’m reading backwards: my weekend pad has awful Internet connection.)

  10. …an interesting and colourful outcome for your ‘seeing’, Sue!

  11. Those colours really compliment each other and isn’t the WP community a great organisation, so lovely to meet up in person.

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