Another strange occurence in the countryside as children grouped together to celebrate a higher power and the importance of vegetables in a rural economy with little/no farming. A father's sceptical side battled with the obvious outpouring of pride as he watched the little ones belt out some blinders.
We lost one of our cats today to a car wheel we think. We planted a tree to remember Henry who had been with us for around eight months. His brother and shadow coped better than we did. Lastly as a final farewell to Henry we had a huge fire and toasted sweet things.
A little ditty from our host There was a young lady called Zoe Whose name I didn't quite knowy I thought it was dolly or even miss Polly I always get names wrong, by heavens good golly Now I have got it, at last I remember, her real name is Glowie
Laughton Senior took five days away with the youngest children in a friends field near St Keverne. The full photo album can be viewed here - https://goo.gl/photos/9PoyJiAs5p21Ruxs7 Molly Swings The Marshmallow Song
Six years and counting with a birthday party tomorrow to celebrate. How she perceives us as a family is interesting - Julie looks like she's the top dog but does have an alarming similarity to a senior member of the Nazi party.