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Love these, Sue. Like vintage textbook paintings.
Best wishes, Pete.
Glad you like my bit of vintage, Pete!
Very nice, Sue
And have a Happy Easter!
Happy Easter to you, Debs, if I haven’t already said it! 🌾🐇
Beautiful Sue! I can’t wait until we have tulips in Minneaota! About another few weeks and they will sprout up!
Thanks! They are such happy flowers!
Yet again very frameable honey, Happy Easter!
I like it – frameable is a lovely thumbs-up! Happy Easter to you, Gilly 🌾🐇
Yay! Easter tulips 🙂
Yay, indeed! 😀
Really gorgeous, Sue. Love the various stages of petal opening.
Thanks, Sylvia! Glad you liked
Ravishing Easter tulips, Sue. You are a master of these!
Thank you, Ann-Christine! I find them endlessly fascinating subjects!
Many of us do – but you are a master of portraying them.
My favourite cut flowers. I shall have to seek some out once I have moved! Love your collage Sue.
They are probably my favourites, too….When do you anticipate you will be moved into your new place, Jude?
Removal van tomorrow. Clean Wed. Checkout Thurs. Begin new life Friday!
We have far too many boxes though. I’m sure we don’t use half of what is inside them. I think there may well be more de-cluttering at the other end.
Woohoo! Good for you…
Apropos de-cluttering, I got rid of a lot, but friends still said “why are you taking so much?” and my response was that I would live for a year or so in my new place, and make some more decisions then…I didn’t want to be too hasty
I think if I was on my own I would be much more ruthless. OH is still working so has lots of work books and files and he is a musician too so has lots of instruments and papers and music stuff! I’m worried we won’t have enough storage for it all, as I got rid of some furniture, but I guess I can always buy more if necessary… we’ll see once we have rejigged the bedrooms and loft space.
Give it time, Jude!
Sparse and elegant, with a touch of ruin.
My aim is elegant simplicity, and as you know I am drawn to a hint (or more than a mere hint) of decay!