I wanted to mention what a great time we had on Josh’s birthday. Super photos via Harvey that have taken me over a week to fathom how to use Dropbox again!!! Even now not sure how I managed. He helps me, in the same way I help Grandma Shirley. He’s up to speed in the … More Before I forget
Can anyone help let me know what this is? it is 12 x 2 inches approx. My grandpa Redfearn may have made it, but all a mystery. Sun shining now- at last.
I thought the weather forecast said rain today- but not hail- in August? I can hardly see the hills, towards Ruthin- raining like stair rods. Josh is staying here at home for a few days- as it’s his birthday tomorrow. Twenty eight. He is pretty excited the anticipation of my present buying skills – I … More Hailing
This is the yellow rose plant we planted in the garden from Sandra & Martin, to remind me of dad. It must like the location as it’s definitely grown & has so many more roses. Each time I look out of the window- it does make me smile- so is certainly doing the trick. The … More Yellow Roses
What have I been doing that is making life so busy. Things just to be taking longer to complete perhaps. I love the summer but maybe the heat doesn’t help. But that is a pathetic excuse. I loved our little holiday at the Menai Straights in Anglesey. View from the cottage from the kitchen sink … More Been so long – no excuses…………..
Thursday I drove to the hairdressers- taking a picture on the way back- you can just about see the Spire of St Peters church Ruthin- in the distance. It was so misty- fine drizzle The view below is towards Moel Famau mountain- but the Clwyd range is masked by mist.For 2 days it was really … More Hello sunshine
I was sorting through some old photos- & came across this great one of a trip out in a Charra-bang to Southport. it states 1924. So maybe somewhere on the vehicle there is dad. It was trip out for the ‘Booth Bank Chapel’ in Cheshire, where my great granddad Issac Warburton (senior) played the organ … More ‘how do you spell ‘charra-bang’
So yesterday was unusual. On the calendar it happened to be when we were visiting Josh, but unlike a normal trip out, apart from buying his supplies (lottery ticket, radio times, bottles mineral water, few sweets & crisps) and a search round the charity shops for DVD, or play-station game. Dinner at a drive through MacDonald’s. … More ‘Not exaggerating- BoHo was really entertaining’
What a day yesterday was- dads funeral- so many things to say. First tiredness- it’s probably landed with all the Warbies, & the families. Made worse as it is pretty hot today. In my black handbag I had a folded piece of paper with a couple of thank yous I intended to say as a … More Couple of thank yous- I never got to say
I’m in the process of trying to cook- something that has been put on the back burner( ho ho ) this past week with dad’s funeral to jointly organise( I ‘m taking a very small part in the event, but still feels busy.) I can understand why people sometimes say they don’t have time to … More Proud mum