I hope your week went well. I do like using this catch up to remind myself of the photogenic moments my week held. I thought I hadn't taken many pictures on my little camera, but uploading them I was surprised to find 75 images. Don't worry I've whittled them down a bit :0)
So here are my happy seasonal moments for the second week of February
1 ♥ Cold and Frosty Mornings. I loved waking to blue skies on Wednesday, yay. Time to take a walk. Can you spot my shadow in this photo?
it was very cold, but than meant no mud :0)
And through the tunnel I spotted a heard of sheep.
They were grazing peacefully.
But when they saw me they all started calling out...baa, baa, baa.
and approaching. They must be hungry I thought. I'm sure they are heavily pregnant. Eating for three, or four.
I was really surprised how brave they were. Sorry lovely lady I haven't brought your brekki.
No you can't eat the flowers on my skirt. Bless her. She was so lovely, you could pet her like a dog.
The heard followed me through the field.
Sorry girls, I'm sure the farmer will be along soon.
I do love to see cobbles.
There's a lovely market square which was quiet busy despite the chilly temperatures.
This old building always catches my eye.
as does this view...perfect with a beautiful blue sky backdrop.
I made a bee line for these shelves of Stylecraft to do a little more re-stashing ( is that a word?)
Then there was a little more walking
Before I spotted a sign, this is where I had in mind for mum and I to visit.
Ooooh, look, look, look.
And as a bonus it is within a really old timber framed building...I can't find an exact age but it is listed as Medieval, and a similar building in the town dates from 1337.
Just look how "wonky" it is, not a straight line to be seen. The windows were all seamed up so we would have to wait to see what was inside.
Open the latch.
and step into the warm and cosy interior.
Happily it wasn't busy and the whole place was charming. I loved the vintage crockery and table linen.
another cream tea? Ooops. I do seem to have got a bit of a taste for them. I think I'll aim for one a month this year. That doesn't seem too indulgent, does it? February's was very good :0)
Just look at those beams. How much history have they seen unfold.
This place used to be a bakery. How many thousands of loaves must have been made within these walls.
I felt lucky we called at such a quiet time and I had the chance for a good look around. I hope it stands for a few more hundred years. It's longevity shows the workmanship that went into it's construction. Apparently the seep roof line shows that it was once thatched. How lovely. Simple, characterful places like this really make me smile.
I think she liked my choice of destination. The Snowdrops were a hit :0)
These were in a pretty village I've driven through several times. I loved having the chance for a wander on foot.
6 ♥ A Wintry Sunrise. I had to work on Saturday, but this was my reward for getting up early.
Phew, seems like I only managed to get rid of 25 photos. I hope you enjoyed the 50 that were left :0)
Have a good week Lovelies.