Yarn, Yorkshire and All Manner of Wonderful Things!

I have been enjoying the Sunday Seven’s inspired by Threads and Bobbins  for many months now, and I thought I would join in. It’s harder than one would think to take seven pictures of everyday life. But here goes.

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Our idea for having a sweet pea trellis, failed a bit, but this single sweet pea fragranced the whole of the kitchen. Better luck next year.

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The Broad Bean harvest has begun. We usually eat the whole pods in a vegetable casserole before they get too big, these we allowed to grow to full size and very tasty  they were too.

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One off my Summer bucket list, we went to the Ryedale Agriculture show. It rained steadily pretty much all day!

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However, down amongst the sheep we spotted Alan Hanson, from Countryfile ,filming.

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It was so cold on Wednesday night we actually lit the wood burning stove.

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We have had lettuce for a while now, but on Thursday night we had a full salad from the garden.

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Finished the week off with a morning out to Helmsley. Coffee, the market, the wool shop, and oh no I bought four second hand Stitch magazines from the Oxfam shop. Another impulse purchase. When will I learn to keep out of charity shops.

Hope you had a good week too.

 

 

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Comments on: "Sunday Sevens, on Monday!" (13)

  1. delightful post!

  2. Interesting. Like all the photos. Your life sounds more exciting than mine!

  3. Thank you 😊

  4. Thanks for joining in! Your fireplace looks so cosy 🙂 I think a few of us have done Monday Sevens this week! Ha!

  5. Those broad beans look delicious, although I prefer to pop them out of the skins which takes ages! What a shame about the drizzly day at the show – I’m sure you didn’t let that spoil your enjoyment especially if you spotted a celebrity. I can’t believe you had to light the woodburner in August!!!!!

    • Oh yes we had a lovely day. Us Northerners know how to wrap up and wear their wellington boots! We are big fans of Countryfile, so that was a huge bonus and there were several marques with produce, crafts etc. It really did get very chilly last week! Better this week.

  6. Shame about the sweet peas – they are so lovely. Better luck next year. As for an interesting life – having joined Sunday Sevens recently too, I’m concerned all my winter posts will consist of is Mr Hick’s walks!

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