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This is a collection of stories about growing up after the second world war.
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Oh, I do love a bit of verbena (if that’s what it is. I think so). It remind me of la France.
I don’t know, see if Jude knows
She’ll put us right if it’s not. I can’t see it clearly enough to be sure.
And I just don’t know!
Valerian? Nice with the gate. You have been gadding about! Feeling safer? 🙂 🙂
Feeling OK, because a friend told me wher to avoid the crowds, and I go early when there aren’t so many about…
Looks good with that gate. It is obviously never closed. 🙂
Best wishes, Pete.
Nice that you are getting out at last and seeing things that catch your eye. I am rather bored with my neighbourhood, difficult to go far with toilets and cafés still closed.
Well, I’m only out for an hour…
Better than nothing.
Chocolate Box worthy!
Sue, this is summer for me … lovely.
Thank you, Vivi!