Musing on gardening and life in the heart of rural Wiltshire. Well, erm Chippenham actually...
Oh no, is that a cold I hear? I have the same arch in my garden. I'm originally from England and I'm sure some of my love from gardening came from my uncle who had his own little plot.
Looking good! Bless you!
Hope that you are soon on the mend. Your arch looks very familiar :) I think that its twin lives in my garden.
your arch looks familiar to mine :)I like kitties pictures you have added :)
I think a box of tissues might be in order. Maybe too many late nights! x
Awww get well soon VP! :)
Thanks for the good wishes everyone!I suspect these arches travel worldwide Crafty, Anna and Ewa - mine came from China originally ;)Louise - I don't know what you can be suggesting ;)
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