Sunday means Sunday Sevens , a collection of seven photos from my personal week. 1) I treated the bedroom to a seahorse. Every bedroom should have one don’t you think ! Even though we live nowhere near the sea, I kind of like anything nautical…and Cecil fits the bill. We spent last weekend de – cluttering the bedroom. Seven bin liners full later plus one sea blue addition and I am one happy gal. Not sure Wil is as enamoured with Cecil as I am though!
2). I actually made a pudding. Caramel Apple Bake is a recipe I found on Pinterest and it tastes like Autumn and deliciousness. 🙂
3). I collected these Autumn leaves, nuts and berries on one of our walks with Hugo. There’s so much colour outdoors at the moment. I have been photographing different wildlife every day in October and my most recent post is here.
4). And if I can shamelessly plug my posts here is ‘the best berry pavlova ever’ which I devoured at the new cafe at Holmes Mill . Definitely an indulgent treat but you will need your pennies. 😉
5).Speaking of delicious food, Wil and I enjoyed a lovely cheeseboard whilst in Skipton yesterday. Coopers Cafe Bar on Broughton Road is definitely recommended if you are in the area. It is actually also home to the studio of crafty blogger Lucy from Attic 24. I didn’t have a sneak peek though, maybe next time.
6). It’s been a while since I’ve visited Skipton ( I don’t know why? ) and a few new shops have sprung up. I loved this cute window display at The Vintage Wash House , which sells traditional cleaning products, homewares and gifts.
7). The last picture is of my two god daughters. We had a nice Autumn walk with friends, their kids and a bunch of dogs yesterday. Fun times. 🙂
Sunday Sevens was devised by Natalie at Threads and Bobbins.
Hope you have enjoyed your week.
16 thoughts on “Sunday Sevens 23rd October.”
Lovely collection! I always enjoy visiting Skipton 🙂
Skipton is a lovely place to visit. Must go more often.x
Cecil is lovely! Some fantastic and diverse pictures in your Sunday Sevens!
Thanks Christine! Mosty food though.Tee Hee. I Love Cecil.x
Fab pics! I wish we’d spent more time in Skipton when we went to Yarndale but we didn’t know where we were going.
Its a bit of a walk from where Yarndale is , isnt it. If you ever go again you wil have to try ad have a nosy.Some nice little shops there.X
It’d be lovely to, we really like North Yorkshire. 😊
That cheese board looks sooo good. I also want to welcome Cecil to her new spot!
Cheese boards are the best! Cecil is actually a boy, but thank you
I love seahorses and Cecil is very cute!
I love them too and yes I love pavlova.:)
So much gorgeous food! Especially that berry pavlova.
Hi Shazza, still been following your post while I have been busy over the summer. Love the Autumn photos you have been taking. I’m not far from Skipton and the wash room is always visited when in Skipton as well as Emma’s Apothecary & Home Store, Craven Court, High Street. Sooooooooo love this shop.
Hi Amanda yes I love Emmas too.It smells so gorgeous and sells such beautiful gifts and cards.Definitely my fave shop in skipton. :)x
Skipton sounds lovely, thanks for sharing such lovely photos x
Skipton and Clitheroe are both lovely towns.Thanks for dropping by.:)