Where do I even to begin to catch up on nearly seven months of blog absence?!
Well, there’s this little sunshine whose supersonic sister just turned 4 (that’s a Princess Lillifee cake baked by her mum!) and big brother has started school… Phew. There was another “re-“birth, as we cleared a corner of the garden this summer, but due to the excessive heat and dryness this year, we had to wait until the autumn to replant under the viburnumVery much looking forward to it next spring, when all the plants will be established and come back fresh and new! Though autumnal charm has its merits, too. Spring was busy, in England, Paris and on Lake Constance! (that’s five generations aged between 5 weeks and 99…!)(for our silver wedding anniversary (and to see AC/DC ;))(the Bavaria 37 cruiser we chartered)
And then we had to survive the heatwave which was only finally achieved by fleeing westwards to the milder climate of Brittany. This is my “Photo of Summer 2015”, taken at the Abbaye de Beauport, of the salt marshes Since it was already nearly autumn by the time I returned to Switzerland and having enjoyed a wet, stormy August and delightfully warm and sunny beginning of September in France, we were grateful for a perfect day out on the island of Mainau (on Lake Constance) with our family visitor and again, our trip in Bad Ragaz for the ‘Bad Ragaartz’ temporary art installations just got better and better plus our outing to the Rhine Falls at Neuhausen could hardly have been brighter Always takes your breath away!
Next time, some of the things I actually did during all that time 🙂
Zeitraffe! I don’t know where the last seven months have gone, either! Mentally, I’m somewhere in early July. Lovely pics xx
One look outside confirms it, tho’…
so many wonderful photos, and look how the littles are growing! Amazing stuff.
Thankyou – and yes, living proof that it happens in the blink of an eye ;o
Gorgeous photos Mel – and Mireille has a real look of you!!!
Thanks, Helen – she has a lot more energy, though!!
Hi Mel, Great to hear from you, thought you had developed cramp in your fingers! Lovely photo of the five generations of your family, a real photo to treasure. Will send you an e mail soon God bless Glen
Glen! With the next post, you’ll really think I did… lol Lovely to hear from you, hope you’re all well & look forward to mail! xx
Oh that photo of the three little girls! Joy! Nice to see you back here again.
It’s cute, isn’t it?! It was a spontaneous meeting, my granddaughter making friends in an instant, quite admirable!
Yes, it’s about time I got back into the swing of things here on the blog… 😮