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August 28, 2014


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Anna Prasad

Those books sound lovely. And yes the forests here in England are amazing. Really old and beautiful. Loving your ripple blanket. X


Thanks for the book recommendations. We went to England a couple of years ago and spent a day at Puzzlewood. It was fantastic - very forest primeval/fairy tale-ish. The BBC's Merlin has filmed there a few times. If you find pictures of it, it really is that amazing in person. I'd love to go back.
When my English cousin saw our pictures, he and his family decided to book their next holiday in that area and also fell in love.

(I've popped over from Ginny's Yarn Along, FYI).


Those books sounds fascinating!

I just finished listening to Cloud Atlas, which was much stranger than I had expected, but fascinating. I think I would have enjoyed it more in written form as it jumps from storyline to storyline and that can be hard for me to follow in an audiobook. I am now listening to The Language of Flowers.

TheJosiekitten .

You cannot beat Lucy's Ripple pattern for a totally fabulous blanket. I am working on a couple of swap gifts right now and am about to start reading a book about the history of the city I live in. It sounds really interesting.

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