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Autumn Again!



The evenings are drawing in and our evening dog walks are lit by the setting sun.
I love this time of year, the colours of nature are still bright and vibrant and the light is often amazing.
We've had a summer of walking and relaxing, lots of family time..................wonderful.


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There's been crafting too, a blanket, it's taking FOREVER the pattern involves counting. I don't do counting, well I do but not very well! This means it's been crochet a row, unpick two rows!!!!!!
It'll be worth it it's a lovely pattern.
Here, have a little look
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The pattern is from
It's lovely but you can't take your eyes off it!
I'm coming to the end now so they'll be a tah dah moment very soon.
Finally I am hoping to post more frequently.................HAHAHA yeah you've heard that before haven't you, but I am because I really enjoy it, so thank you for reading my somewhat sporadic posts, it means a lot to me.
See you soon
♥Sue♥

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