...and this enamelled bucket made it home with us too. I think I will plant it up with some of the pretty flowers I bought (there are some very good, very reasonably priced plant stalls along Bridport's street market and in the Country Market, ie. the W.I. Market, too).
Mr HenHouse spotted this for a measly 10p at the car boot sale. Perhaps it will keep the Munchkin quiet for a bit?!
I nipped into Girls' Own Store, as always, and picked up these cute melamine bowls. Now the outdoor season is upon us, I needed no further excuse! I spent a fair few minutes amusing myself with various colour patterns once I got home. And yes, of course the pink one is mine!
So, it was definitely a weekend for outdoor frolics and feasting, don't you think? Time to give the bunting Mr HenHouse bought me, way back for my birthday, its first outing in the back garden.
The Munchkin had other ideas to amuse himself. Now Daddy has signed up for the village cricket team, a trip to the car boot sale saw the Munchkin kitted out with all his own gear, too...
In between bowling, Mr HenHouse made sure we didn't starve. He's reading the paper too; who says men can't multi-task?!
Now the English soft fruit season is beginning, there could only be one choice for pud, couldn't there?
Ummmmm, English (indeed Somerset) strawberries and cream...