Day 179 to 185 of 365

Day 179 - Marmite Cashew nuts - Delicious :0) Day 180 - Geranium
Day 181 - Glossing the woodwork. A job I hate.

Day 182 - Emulsion time. I'm much better at rollering!!
Day 183 - Mum arrived for 10 days :o)

Day 184 - Flowers from John xx

Day 185 - Rafael Nadal wins Wimbledon for the second time.

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  1. Lovely range of shots. Glad Rafa won today (even if he does remind me of you-know-who!).

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  2. I'm always playing catch up too congratulations on keeping going. Marmite I love marmite cashews not sure will have to give them a try hope you are well:)

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  3. Hi Liz Sweetie...
    I am so thrilled to be blogging a little again. I am slowly making my rounds. Please forgive. I am still recovering I am afraid. This illness has really taken its toll on me. I went back to the doctor yesterday. They are not going to release me to the outdoors yet until July 19th. Not only that but they have taken my voice as well. I cannot talk until July 19th either. My voice is so very hoarse. I can hardly squeak. They went down my throat and looked all around. They said that from the coughing my vocal cords are strained and must rest. I an so very tired. It seems to be something all the time. It was bad enough to be in the hospital for 8 days, but it is still going on. I am able to work from home. They brought out my work, my laptop and docking station, my 2 monitors and my great working chair. I get up and go to work in my pjs and bunny slippers. It is really quite nice. I have just been very lonely.

    I have scrolled back through your posts. I see Samuel is getting as tall as you. You have colored your hair beautifully I might add. That sweet dog had a birthday. Your Mom came for a visit, and you are having fun wallpapering or painting the hallway. What a fun time you have been having. I also loved the post on the swans. So beautiful Liz sweetie. So beautiful.

    Thank you so much for sharing with me. Please stop by and say hi. I have missed blogging immensely. Is my castle still there? Have the opened it for Summer?

    Country hugs and much love, Sherry

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  4. Great posts, I've never seen Marmite Cashews - might have to look out for some.

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