Twelve Pictures

6 Jan

We had a sprinkling of snow in the night

Cushion Kitsch

In honour of Twelfth Night, here is a picture of some of my Christmas cushion covers, as promised.  I have picked them up over the years at car boot sales and £ shops.  This is not all of them – an excess of turkey caused a slight problem with Toby’s bowels and I had to throw a couple away. 


Included just because it's pretty


Ours is the end house. Taken from the flats across the road.Then it snowed a little more.

Because of the blog author's techneptitude, the caption for this photograph appears at the end of the caption for the previous photograph. Don't ask me....









Look carefully to see splashes of colour

Our washing line

Top of the fence. In case you are wondering about the dull subjects, the point of these photos is to show how much snow fell in less than 24 hours.

Toby attacking a snowball

Tory Boy preparing for the hustings

The future's bright; the future's orange

Gorsey Bank - believe it or not, the grottiest place in Stockport. Another reason to love snow.

4 Responses to “Twelve Pictures”

  1. Musings January 6, 2010 at 22:40 #

    What a fun look at your part of the wintry world… a lot different from mine now.


    • tillybud January 8, 2010 at 10:46 #

      You’ve experienced it much worse than we have; I bet you don’t miss it!


  2. ailie January 11, 2010 at 07:57 #

    LOVE the cushions!


    • tillybud January 11, 2010 at 08:33 #

      That’s because your taste is as elegant as mine.


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