Monday, 2 August 2010

Intermission


Calfy and her beloved little sister.

Do visit Woman on a Raft.

13 comments:

Electro-Kevin said...

I didn't know Calfy had a little sister.

Both as extremely clever and beautiful as each other, I'm sure.

lilith said...

You would melt Kev, as everyone does. She has deep dimples, and the longest eyelashes and is utterly adorable. Aged 6.

the beast said...

Can't imagine a better big sis
When I get lost on the Kent marshes this weekend I wont ring the coast guard it will be Calfy

Scrobs... said...

Neither did I Elecs!

BTW, St R.s was the place for big celebs last week. The original owner, has a bit of publicity this year!

They were all over Southern News Extra...

lilith said...

Has Linda Bellingham been seen, Scrobbers? :-)

Woman on a Raft said...

Lovely picture.

Thanks for the link, have a good summer.

lilith said...

Calfy will appreciate that Beast, especially as she will be in Staffordshire.

WoaR, you are most welcome, I am so glad you have a blog. Have a good summer too :-)

Scrobs... said...

Sorry Lils, thick moment, but why LB?

lilith said...

Didn't they just have an OXO jamboree there, Scrobs?

the beast said...

Hehehe
I supose then that I must die alone,surounded in mist with nothing more than a jam stained bible and a tarpaulin

Staffs is a total craphole
Why is T' Lass going up there?

lilith said...

Just you go carefully, Beast :-) It would be terrible to have to break the news to your poor mother. "He died alone in the mist with nothing but a jam stained bible. We offered him the Wayfarer Delux but he said he preferred to pretend he was in the SAS"

Scrobs... said...

It's taken me several days to realise what you said Lils!

Yes they did, but at forty notes a pop to go and celebrate the old philanthropist, we felt that perhaps a tincture on our own would suffice.

I've got a copy of the wedding list from one of his family's splicings, and it would make Antiques Roadshow turn green I can tell you...

But he did a lot round the place, and also his two sons got mown down in WW1, which was tragic.

Philipa said...

What a sweet picture. I hope you are all having a lovely summer in this rather soggy weather.