...and of course never endings pots of tea. The Dorchester blend is delicious. Even Daisy approved.
My Mum was so thrilled to have her daughter, granddaughter and great granddaughter all with her. Daisy was such a good girl and looked so pretty in her new dress.
Belgrave Square also has the most exquisite houses.....Downton Abbey eat your heart out ;0)
We so enjoyed our stroll back to the station. There we said our goodbyes to my Mum and the 3 of us made our way back home. What a wonderful afternoon of memories we have of enjoying tea and the sunshine in London. 4 generations of girls together, how lucky we are.
My girlies have gone home again and the house seems very quiet. I chose a card for my challenge that I have made as a GD card for Ignacio of Nicecrane Designs today. It is very appropriate as it features a very sweet vintage childhood image. It is available, with others as a digi sheet in his shop here. This lovely sheet is by the artist Jessie Wilcox. I used another of these sweet images to make my Mum's Mothers' Day card recently.
I would like to enter my card into the following challenges;
Feeling Crafty one for the girls/ ladies
Craft Hoarder's Anonymous ribbon/ twine etc
Loves rubberstamps Girlie glittery and glam
Crafting from the heart anything goes
Allsorts Purple Passion
We are off to a family party in Bristol this evening and my Cinderella slippers will be getting another airing ;0) The weather continues to behave and it really is feeling like summer is on it's way. It reached 23c yesterday afternoon here in Surrey...I am a very happy girl.
Thanks as always for visiting and the kind comments you take the time to leave me. Have a wonderful weekend,
Bye for now,