Mad Scientess Jane Expat (nanila) wrote,
Mad Scientess Jane Expat
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Idyllic Times, so long ago now.

Ladies and gemplums and uncategorisables, I present you with a backlog of photos from the holidays.

First, Christmas Day, on which I received a pounce from Telstar and a lot of pretty clothes as well as the usual Pile O' Books.






Next, a trip to the seaside town of Southwold with the Little Niece and Little Nephew 2 on a quest for All The Fish for their mummy's birthday feast.








The 1000-piece jigsaw completed by Father-Out-Law and myself whilst listening to sea shanties and reciting poetry.


The bloke went on a shoot and brought home some avian prizes.


Finally, a thing I painted. It's not finished because the two halves aren't blended together very well yet. It's rather larger than most of my pieces.






Tags: camhoor, f, family, norfolk, painting, photo
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