Saturday, July 14, 2007

Night Creatures

The other night I lit a couple of little candles and we sat out back. Someday when the ivy begins to grow up the trellis, it will be like a little garden room. Elvis and Isobell kept company.
Saint Francis, being the protecter of animals, offered to hold a candle for us....

Hubby`s web site http://www.ratebistros.com now has a spot for anyone in the UK who would like to contribute a bistro review :) In future I`m sure they`ll be more countries added.
Yesterday my Mum and me stopped into this pretty little shop and I saw the most beautifil old world antique style huge wall clocks! Loved to go back there someday and buy one when I have more than the grocery money to spend LOL
My holiday is almost over....boo hoo. Still intending to find some time to visit everyone`s blog. Hope everyone is having a great weekend!

14 comments:

farmingfriends said...

I am glad you have added a UK directory to the ratebistro site.
Your animals look very friendly - I have 5 cats on my farm that are supposed to be the farm cats but are now my pets!!
Sara from farmingfriends in the UK

Rauf said...

The site has a lovely picture TEAS, Nearly impossible for Indian food, where language food culture change every 100 miles and there is such a wide variety of munches themselves. please google 'Haldirams' on the net, i think they are available in Canada.
Very spicy. Haldiram's is just one of thousands in India.

Anonymous said...

Hi T&M!

Love the fabric on your chair!
Do you feel refreshed now after your vacation?
I dream of a proper holiday...haven't had one for years!

Love from Sandie and the 4 moggies!
(Sandies' Patch)

Rowan said...

Nice to all be able to sit out on a summer evening with candles flickering and perhaps the odd glass of wine? Not much chance of that here this summer I'm afraid.

The French Nest said...

I love sitting out on the deck with the candles going and our precious black lab, Ben, at my feet. It is such a great way to spend a summer evening at home.

Kate

Tricia said...

Oh tea, i love that you have a statue of Saint Frances! I have a special fondness for him because of his devotion to animals and nature!

Kahshe Cottager said...

Savour the furkids, the candlelit garden and enjoy the rest of your holiday!! My poor garden is turning crispy it is so dry here.

Lord Straf-Bilderberg said...

Everyday can be a holiday, T&M, when you have the one you love beside you.

tash said...

Awww, lovely photos! Love the look of the website too - clever bunny your hubby!

Btw, I've had a delay in getting 'it' posted, sorry - but I'm now back in the land of the living and it's packaged and ready to go tomorrow morning, ok :)

carolyn said...

Looks like a wonderful evening was had by all especially with St Francis keeping watch over every one.

Lee-ann said...

Tea, how wonderful for me to find a moment to visit your lovely country style blog......I always love being here and would have enjoyed a nice cool drink in the evening by candle light, such fun! summer cannot come fast enough for me this year.

Please give your beautiful animal family a scratch behind the ears of them all for me!!! ((smiles))

see you again real soon.
Lee-ann

Julie Marie said...

I'm reading a book that has a dog named Elvis in it, so named because someone called him a hound dog. He isn't really, and neither is your Elvis. He is beautiful. BTW, the book is "Sweetwater Creek" by Anne Rivers Siddons. All about dogs and the Tidewater region of Virginia. Very good!

Julie

Palm Springs Savant said...

How nice to have St Francis there in your garden. I know I've told you but Elvis and Isobel are SO CUTE

Gledwood said...

I fell asleep with the hamster running about this morning. Looked everywhere for the swine once I realized he had gone. Found him sleeping under my pillow ... aah!...