a Merry Christmas!
[With thanks to the charity Thrive for the picture]
Merry Christmas Flighty! xx
Alison thanks. And thanks again for the lovely card and journal. xx
All the very best for Xmas and the New Year, Flighty!
Jane thanks, and to you too. xx
Love the picture…..unfortunately, we are looking-out on a water-logged, bedraggled, wind-beaten, sad garden….But hey, the Spring isn’t far away if the bulbs, sticking their noses through the earth, are anything to go by!
Have a lovely time, Flighty!
Harry the plot looks a bit like that. Thanks.
Merry Christmas Flighty and I hope you have a great 2014 :o) xx
Julie thanks, and let’s hope that we all do especially in the garden or on the plot. xx
I love this picture. I have a bit of a thing for sheds! Hope you have a lovely Christmas and a very happy New Year Flighty.
CJ it’s a good one isn’t it. Good for you. Thanks, and you too. xx
Many Happy Returns,Flighty x
Cath thanks. xx
Cheers, Flighty. Hope you have a good Christmas too, with some time to put your feet up and do a nice bit of reading.
Mark thanks, I’m sure that I’ll be doing plenty of sofa flying with a good book.
A very merry Christmas to you too. Hope it’s a good one.
Jo many thanks. xx
Have a good one Mr F and wishing you a super 2014.
Menhir many thanks. xx
A very happy and peaceful Christmas, Flighty – and thank you for all your lovely posts and comments over the last year. Caro xx
Caro thanks. You’re most welcome. xx
All the very best Flighty here’s hoping you have a wonderful Christmas and a happy healthy 2014.xxx
Snowbird thanks. Let’s hope that we all do. xx
happy christmas x
Pam thanks. xx
Have a great Christmas Flighty, Like that shed!
Sharon thanks. Me too! xx
A very merry Christmas to you and yours Flighty! x
Karen thanks. xx
What a lovely picture – very appropriate – merry Christmas to you too.
Elaine many thanks. xx
Thrive does come up with some delightful pictures, and I really love this one of the shed with its festive adornments. It looks just like something you might do ~ in the company of your sweet little robin. Merry Christmas to you, too!
Glo they sure do. That’s a good idea, I’ll do that tomorrow. Thanks. xx
And the same to you, Flighty!
Nikki many thanks, and more hugs. xx
Have a lovely Christmas Flighty. I hope the weather dries up at some point so we don’t all get cabin fever. 😉 xx
Welly thanks. Me too, but the forecast is certainly looking unsettled for the rest of the week. xx
Have a great time, I shall look forward to your posting in the New Year. All the very best for Christmas.
Paula hello and thanks, that’s nice to know. You too. xx
Merry Christmas Flighty, have a lovely relaxing time x
Annie thanks, and you too. xx
Have a great christmas, and don’t get blown away!
Disgruntled thanks, and you too. I’ll try not to! xx
I long to have a shed like that. Mine is a hard hat area. I just wish Monty Don would come and tidy it up for me and make it look like his. Or the one in your picture would be nice.
Chloris hello and thanks for stopping by to comment.
Me too as all I have is a sentry box size shed. I wonder if his is always like that, or perhaps someone tidies it up for him before they film. Yes, it would indeed.
I’ve bookmarked your lovely blog and started to look through it.
By the way what a wonderful, and apt, blog name – which for anyone who doesn’t know it means ‘goddess of flowers’. xx
Well, Flighty, you are the first person to realise that I am indeed Chloris, the goddess of flowers. I am, as you probably know being so erudite, married to Zephyrus, the god of the west wind, Although my husband would probably not recognise himself in this description. He would be very surprised to hear that my name is Chloris too. But then, he’s unlikely to, as he wouldn’t dream of reading my blog. Anything to do with flowers makes him catatonic with boredom. His eyes glaze over at the words ‘Hellebore’ or ‘Galanthus’. Gods of the west wind tend to be like that in my experience.
I enjoy your blog and am now a follower.
Happy New Year!
Chloris I must admit that I had to google it to see if I’d remembered correctly. I think that I must have read it in one of mum’s gardening books many years ago.
What you say about your husband makes me smile and I do sympathise, with both of you!
Thanks, that’s nice to know. Likewise I enjoy yours and follow it.
And to you too! xx
I didn’t know that Chloris meant goddess of flowers. Zephyrus has to be kept at bay, or else he’ll blow all her flowers away.
So, Monty Don has a tidy shed? Suspect that he has a crew to help him keep it in order.
Liz it’s a wonderful on-line name isn’t it.
I’m sure he does.
Thanks, and you too. xx
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