Tuesday, 23 February 2010

A Garden

I think we've found a place! I should probably wait to mention it when it's official, but it's almost official, so I thought I could at least mention part of it, and that is . . . it has a garden! The little place we might be getting has a back patio garden.  It's more patio than garden, but it's a beautiful outdoor space. Any outdoor space would make me happy after living without one for the last 4 years. Of course I'll post pictures of the little back garden if it becomes ours, but in the meantime, flickr images, like the one above, are making me feel inspired and giving me lots of fun ideas.

9 comments:

littlebyrd said...

I hope it is yours!!! I'll keep my fingers crossed for you, ok? Good luck!

artemis said...

Oh it sounds lovely! a garden in London is definitely a luxury...good luck! I'll keep my fingers crossed too!

Alisa said...

Sounds very promising...early congrats! ;) I logged on to share with you an article I just read in Lucky magazine about London Hometown Haunts...pg 100 of the Mar 2010 issue (doesn't appear to be online; let me know if you'd like me to scan the page). Meantime I found this: http://www.luckymag.com/sites/cityguides/london Cheers!

Temps perdu said...

I´ll also keep my fingers crossed fro you. And keep my thumbs, as we do in the Nordic countries (please don´t ask me why we do that - I don´t know!).

Camila said...

Hello,
I'd like to know about your hand made hats for kids parties. My daughter's birthday is gonna be in May and the theme would be Wizard of Oz or Circus.
Please e-mail (camilinhaflavia@hotmail.com) me with information about that.

Leigh said...

Camila, just wanted to let you know I sent you an email. And thanks to everyone for holding good thoughts!

Simmy said...

Googling Kempton Park Antiques Mkt today and came across your blog. There's so much to read and enjoy and I'll be back again.

Hope you end up living in Battersea - I lived there for eleven years and loved it. Now living in SUssex.

noaarts said...

Very exciting! English strawberries are little and delicious.

Lena said...

Such a lovely picture...
Best of luck with getting the place that you chose!

I have just discovered your blog, but will be back to read more:).