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Three Peas In A Pod


Hugo had a meeting at the circus school today, so we decided to all go because it's near to where the girlies both live & we were able to organise a breakfast meet-up!

This morning at Jubilee Wharf...



The entrance to Miss Peapod's has been decorated.

The Smithlets

Vegan brekkie, which was really good.
Just a shame we'd forgotten to ask them to not put margarine on our toast...

The view from our dining room around 5pm today...
Can you see the lone daff?
Linking up with Jane at The Maple Syrup Mob.

Daffs in the garden.

Fam 5

Poor Rose isn't well, but so glad we managed to see her & give her lots of hugs.

Sime's tooth saga continues... Looks like he may have to return to the dentist tomorrow!

We have more guests arriving tomorrow, so lots to do... As usual!

Bye for now,

Kay & Sime
xx

Comments

Scarlet said…
Oh how I wish we were pulling up in that car park! Breakfast looks yummy.Glad you all had some time together.Poor Sime - hope the teeth are sorted out very soon.
Jane and Chris said…
A Daffodil...there IS life!!!!!
I'm just loving all the green I get to see from your windows.
Sime has my sympathy...I'm sick to death of dentists.
Jane x
Anonymous said…
It's so green there, and a flower!?! I'm starting to get pretty bad cabin fever with this winter.

Has Sime been able to eat okay? Mouth pain is so horrendous. :(
Kath said…
you guys always make me smile :-D
Yea time to be all together! Hope Rose is back to normal soon and oh my poor Sime I have soo much sympathy for you, hope the dentist visits finish mighty soon for you.
Love to all Leanne
Catherine said…
How wonderful to be able to spend time with your kidlets. Wonderful!
xo Catherine
Karin said…
I hope all is well with the both of you and all your family. Looking forward to your next post - no pressure, but it is an unusually long gap between posts for you.
Sorry for not replying sooner & Karin - thanks for your concern... We're fine, Sime's pretty much back to normal & Rose is doing ok, but we're just incredibly busy with work during the day & have had back-to-back B&B guests for the last 3 weeks, so there's been breakfasts & evening meals to dish up - Absolutely loving it though! Hope to get around to blogging soon...

K&S :)
Karin said…
Glad to hear there are lots of good reasons for your lack of blog posts and glad you are enjoying all the busy-ness. :)
Pattypan said…
I was beginning to wonder too - and its the start of the early holidays this weekend as well. Its nice to be busy but sometimes its nice for a break too.

Hopefully catch you all soon although pleased to note the poorlies are on the mend - take care

Pattypan

xx

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