A Job Lot :)

Hello my lurverlies, Thank you so much for your very kind comments on my last post, you have all really given me the encouragement that I needed and I thank you all from the bottom of my heart :) I promise I will keep you all posted, whatever I decide to do ;)

I am including quite a few items in this post, so please bare with me LOL! Right lets get started....The other day my Mum paid me the most wonderful comment Ever! (even though in her mind, it wasn't supposed to be! hee hee!)...she told me that I was sooo like my Nanny Hilda!...Now! Look at the picture below...Hilda is the gal on the left...she was the Happiest, loveable Nan, anyone could wish for! In my starving years (when I was 10 to about 15 years old my Mum put me on a diet! Eek!) and whenever we used to visit Nan in Lyson's Walk, Putney...she would pass me cakes under the table and away from the eyes of my Mum!
...Needless to say Nanny Hilda and I became best buddies, she had a sweet tooth too and we would often take ourselves off for a walk to the sweetshop and go to the park and eat cake! My Mum and her sister Joyce would often be clearing up Nan's clutter...she used to keep everything, she would throw nothing away...In her later years...we even found pot pourri in the fridge! LOL!


I also remember one time, when she was visiting us, we went for a walk to the park and her bloomer knickers started to fall down!! we were laughing so much....she took cover in a telephone box and pulled them off and rather than go home we still went to the park...but chuckled all the way there...and all the way home...I am sure she had a new found spring in her step that day! hee hee!

So you see, the memories I have of her are all happy ones...I know I am a maximilist rather than a minimilist, much to my Mum's disgust! but I love it that way, I wouldn't want to be any different....I think, infact, I know, my Nan would fit in very cosily to my little cottage if she were alive today...So thank you Mum for that wonderful comment you gave me, I couldn't think of anyone else that I would rather be like.
Happy Harris aged 4 years

Right moving on...Look what I received in the post this week...yes gals, I was the 100th person to be a follower of 'Jellybelly Jellybrain' blog... well Happy and Rosie's blog banners was!, so Emma emailed me with the news and told me that she wanted to treat me and look what she made for me :) how sweet is she :) Thankyou Emma I LOVE it...

Have you ever paid Emma a visit? If you havn't then I suggest you do pronto! she is such a funny gal...she has me in stitches with some of the things she posts about...you should really take a peek and she has the most delightful website too!.

Now its funny that my mum should pay me that compliment about my Nan last week, because I was working on a blog makeover for Victoria from Vintage Tea She came to me wanting a complete change and a new start for her blog, she was renaming it and everything...her new blog is called Florence and Mary...she has named it after her two Nan's! Can you see the theme running through here!


...And this is how it turned out...she wanted a London vibe, as both her Nan's lived in the East End of London...We were both so pleased with it....Do take a peek and also if you would like something created similar, Please check out my blog banner blog, next door at HAPPY AND ROSIE
Right! last but not least...is the one and only Margaret and Madeleine's Sale....Yes its that time of year again...time to chuck out your sad and dated furniture and head on down to The Old Rectory Sale!
to buy some wonderful vintage wares and shabby collectables.

I shall look forward to seeing you there...if you can make it and if not they will be having another one in a couple of months time :) I'll keep you all posted :)



Bye for now..

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