A white hydrangea in the garden.
I got this gorgeous tin of chocolates from Paris for Christmas!
A day of jigsaws and wine.
Barbara and her kite on Manorbier beach.
Crossing the Severn Bridge on the way back to Pembrokeshire.
Crows in the winter trees at Quethiock.
Making bread sauce.
Making cranberry sauce.
I'm not sure what's going on here, but I came upon these two while driving back from Penzance. Oddly, the one in front seems to be pulled by a Shetland pony!
Oh, to be a cat.
An old drinking fountain (that'd be a bubblah to Rhode Islanders) in Penzance.
The very last piece of coffee walnut cake. I love you, Nigel Slater!
Who wants to come to my Corn Party?! (Thanks, Robyn!)
This hideous inflatable thing in the garden is nearly as tall as I am. I lie awake at night thinking of ingenious ways to destroy it.
We made salt dough ornaments! Here are two of the few non-cat ones. I also made a Homer Simpson head and a bucket of KFC (both for Guy).
Pydar Street in Truro all decorated for Christmas.
Happy Pretend Christmas!
Mat and Guy on Porthkidney Sands in Lelant.
Hannah and Mat are here! Hannah and Mat are here!
I'm finished!! Well, very nearly.
Penzance Marina ... I took this while driving! Shhhhh... don't tell anyone!
It's hard to make a box of tissues look arty, but I didn't really see much else today!
It's ridiculous how excited I get at opening another door on my advent calendar every day!
The railing outside the Tudor Post House in Fowey - one of my favourite buildings there.
There were horse-drawn carriage rides at the Trevarno Christmas Market, and the horses were even wearing antlers ... of a sort.
Lockets: The miracle cure.
Thursday Theme: ColoursClementines always smell like Christmas to me! (sorry for the poor quality of this one - that's what I get for waiting to take a picture until there's no natural light)
Fuchsias and raindrops.
The Penzance Tennis Club. Maybe next year ... :(
Cath Kidston Tesco bags are back!
A skater at the Eden Project ice rink.
The water feature outside Penlee House Gallery.
Thursday Theme: SignsAt least this one is staying open!
Guy came home from work yesterday with flowers for me!
A very big playground for a very small cat.
There may be no leaves on the trees, but at least the sky was blue (for part of the day).
Look what we found in the Pet Supplies section of the garden centre!!
An old-fashioned mechanical music thing (sorry to be so vague, but I'm not sure what it is exactly) at the Christmas Fair at Trereife House.
St. Michael's in Bath.
Parade Gardens in Bath.
It's very hard to get lost in Bath.
Pulteney Bridge and the Victoria Art Gallery as seen from the balcony of my Aunt Gwyn's house in Bath.
Mmmmm.... Quality Street!
There's a GIANT inflatable Father Christmas at the garden centre (those are full-sized trees next to him, not shrubs).
A Robert Bryce Muir sculpture at the Royal Cornwall Museum in Truro.
My biggest weakness. I want them all!
Someone stopped at Lidl on the way home from work today.
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