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06 April 2013

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monica

Glad to see someone saw the sun this Easter break... we had horrid weather in Tuscany... in fact we had to come back to see blue skies and I swear the boys have been out all day today... ALL DAY. I can't remember last time they did that.

Rosy cheeks and grass stains.

When are yours going back to school?

Toffeeapple

Ooh, fresh new look - like it! Love the images and wish I could have been with you, it looks fun.

Sue

You do make me want to be beside the seaside. I've started to count the days until we go to the sea(July).

driftwood

oh sun and the seaside. perfect.

Annie @ knitsofacto

Ooh, blue skies ... we had them here too, in fact I think I might have found spring this afternoon.

Nikki

lovely pictures, we've had some lovely sunshine here today too

Nikki x

kirsten

I cannot tell you how jealous I am! Oh, to be by the ocean right now.
we did have some sun this week, it was delightful. but now it's gone. :(

Paola

Finally the sun is shining here as well and the beach is crowded, more than usual.

Ali @Very Berry

Gorgeous pics... blue skies, sea, and an ice cream van - summer is clearly just around the corner... (!)

CarolineBuckland

Looks almost summery - the big hats give it away!

The Coffee Lady

My seaside looks nothing like that. Where are the acres of grey?

OhAbigail

We did indeed catch a few rays! Looks like you had fun.

dottycookie

We were at the seaside too, but you were far braver than we were. It was waaaaay too cold for me to go anywhere near the shingle!

nina - tabiboo

I have to agree - it is flipping freezing by the coast...gawd knows why we live here.

Gorgeous pictures - it looks very refreshing. Bet you slept well.

Nina x

CJ

Beautiful photos, it almost looks like spring!

Emma

Oh such good good things to look at. One of the loveliest mosaics I've seen in yonks. We've had a few rays. They've been so welcome.

Jacqui

Is that Whitstable? We were there this weekend and I recognise the woolly crab

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