Monday, July 30, 2007

Sun's Out

Well Finally! We've seen the sun and I got to step out into the garden over the weekend.

Many of you have asked about the rain and floods that we've had here in England. Our house has been free from flooding but grandma Pat (you remember Grandma Pat?) lives in Teweksbury! She was without water and electricity for awhile but it seems that things are up and running again. Her house didn't flood, BTW. She lives on a hill.

And FYI, Prince Charles and Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall were in Teweksbury over the weekend. How very exciting.


see you there! said...

Glad to hear that your castle and Grandma Pat's are without flood damage.

It is nice to get out into the garden isn't it?


Honey P. Sunshine said...

oh you have a furry nice yard

Daisy said...

Hooray! I am very glad the sun is out where you live. And look how green and pretty your garden is!

Tyler said...

You make quite a lovely picture. Meowrrrrr.

Kaze, Latte, or Chase said...

I bet you're so happy to have some sun! We are dying for some rain around here. But certainly not as much as you guys got!! We just would like a little.


Lux said...

What a beautiful garden, Pearl ... I'm really glad you didn't have any flooding!

Julia said...

Pearl! What are you doing in the Great English Outdoors? I thought you were strictly an indoor kitty?

The look of Bliss is palpable on your kitty face! What a gorgeous garden. So much privacy.

Glad to hear nothing got soggy your way!


Cricket of Cricket Crescent

Derby said...

Glad your grandma bean is OK. All of that water look scary on the news. Thank goodness for living on a hill.

Tea & Margaritas in My Garden said...

Whay a pretty picture of you in the garden Pearl! Nicotene stain LOL


Christine and FAZ said...

All this flooding has been kinda nerve wracking for some people. Glad to hear your family are all okay. We did get our roads overflowing but fortunately it disappeared quickly and didn't make it into the house, just the garden. As you say, it's been nice the last few days. FAZ