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Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Busy in the garden...

Typical, just get back to my blog and the sun comes out...not to mention yet another school break :/
I was inspired to invite a new friend to visit my garden today. Her name is Maeve.
 She is a very elegant creature (though I suspect she may be hiding quite a dark side)
 Watching her flit around the bushes I stated thinking she may be some kind of Banshee....
 Maeve was very enamoured with Hortense's Pink roses...
and even popped in for a chat with the tiny spiral hare that lives on my mantel.
I have no idea how long she is staying, but she seems comfortable enough for now.

Roo is settling in nicely too :D
She loves playing fetch...
 Below is a pic of the field that we walk in near our home.
Wouldn't suspect this is in the middle of the city would you?
 And this is Roo learning to chill on a day out lol
Lasted all of 5 minutes before she brought me a stick to throw
Hope your all having a lovely time whatever your up to :D
Enjoy :D XXX

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8 comments:

  1. Oh loving the blog makeover, looks fabulous, Roo seems to have really settled into the family and love love love your latest creation - I really must find that book out!

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  2. Wow, wow, wow - such an amahing cloth doll, great details and wonderful face. Thanks for sharing the photos of Roo.

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  3. Roo is so adorable!

    Maeve looks beautiful!

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  4. Lovely post! I'm looking for my knitting warm socks patterns already! Jessss, it's turned cold here! I peddled away , in the rain, yesterday and enjoyed the adventure! Roo likes to keep moving as well! I get it!
    Well back to the pantry! xoxoDebi

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  5. Your cloth dolls are beautiful Gina.. Truly spectacular. And Roo is adorable! <3

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  7. Maeve is beautiful ;o) She is very mysterious ;o)
    I love Roo ;o) So happy everything is going well with her ;o)
    Big Hugs ;o)

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  8. I love the big field near your home! You are lucky!!

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