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13/08/2008


amusing ...

I do like The Garden range from Emma Bridgewater.

Today I received what I thought to be quite an amusing e-mail from her website. What do you think?

'summer isn't summer until there's been outdoor eating. Lay the table outside and soak up the summer. No need to worry about the barbecue, just take lunch into the garden, it will taste nicer in the sun'

Summer, what summer?
Outdoor eating, what's that?
Soak up the summer, soak being the operative word here.
Barbecue, what that metal object these days rarely makes it out the shed?

Thanks Emma for your enthusiasm!



It isn't all doom and gloom around here, the raspberries are benefitting from a constant soaking, even though the wind has brought down the canes! The bees have been doing a grand job of pollinating the fruits too. I've had a huge amount this year, and they keep coming, and coming.

Who thinks we are going to have an Indian Summer? Our Emma maybe!

12 comments:

Lesley said...

It would be nice to actually get a summer, wouldn't it?!

Those raspberries look deeeeelicious :)

xxx

méri said...

:))
You have inspired me for my today post!!!
Have a lovely weekend!

Flighty said...

I love raspberries!
It would be nice to have an Indian Summer to make up for the mediocre weather we've had the past couple of months. xx

LizzieJane said...

What yummy looking raspberries, it is such a shame that you all have been having terrible weather there in England. I am keeping my fingers crossed foe you all to have a lovely late summer in September.

The Dutchess said...

It would be so lovely to get an Indian Summer...When i look outside my window its raining again. I believe i live on the Wimbledon tennis court....

Gina said...

I guess that's one consolation of all the rain... a bumper crop of raspberries..they look so yummy!
Hope you have an extended summer though.. and dine al fresco at home :Gx

Charli and me said...

It seems to me that summer is just to shoet so I am hoping for Indian summer.

Sal said...

I love that Emma Bridgewater range too..Let's just hope for a wonderful autumn ;-)

Cowboys and Custard said...

I live in hope for some sign of sun before the winter sets in..
September is normally a good month.. well in my rather dodgy memory it is!

Michele x

Country Cottage Chic said...

LOL! I received that too & it gave me a chuckle. I think they need to look out of the window before sending cheery emails about eating outdoors!

Christy said...

That's such a cute canister! Those raspberries look so good. I'm dreaming raspberry dreams! :)

Daisys Little Cottage said...

You have a beautiful blog !
smiles
DarLy*~