ooh. how sweet. and i call myself lucky to have been present at four (?) of these occasions - the lucky arrow is slowly decomposing in my orchid plant in the nicest way possible.
and it reminds me to book a dog-grooming appointment.
we'll miss you badly.
Five, if you count the tart.
that was so crazy delicious. the octopus lives in one of my red drawers since :)
I will try and bribe you with it when I need you to come to Scotland right away.
btw that was just an auto fill in mistake miss tara lynne plumley !
and i'll come by car otherwise i can never go back with all the charity shop finds, marmite jars, bags of walkers chips special flavour, carr's poppy seed crackers, ready to roll fondant in sparkly pink, baby girl witches dress ups, cheddar blocks, greens caramel flan mix, half stiltons and i could go on for ever. a gouse foot broche to hold my tartan skirt politely ?
Our lucky arrows are sitting in a vase on a shelf in the kid's room. Great pics Tara!
I made the cut! I'm so flattered... And Happy New Year Tara!
This picture seems oh so French to me! Your lovely daughter also was (is) an image of chic, but this website would only let me chose landscape photos. Good genes you ladies inherited!
Hmm I guess ill try harder to make the cut this year.
It's so sad - I only saw you twice last year!
Hopefully you'll be able to make it out to Scotland, but we'll be coming home for sure at some point!
Even with a new born ... I may have to get that flying monkey maybe it will make the cut.
Disclaimer* There is no how-to for making jams and jellies on this site. Maybe there will be one day. For now, The Canning Table is a big wooden metaphor for preserving memories while my family and I explore expat life.