Monday, August 2, 2010

then he turned the bluebells

I spent this past weekend at my Grandparent's cottage, as did the rest of my family and quite a few others. While it was cheery to be surrounded by so many people that I spent my childhood summers with, it didn't leave much time for any exploring. I managed to sneak away for a quick adventure in the trails behind the cottage.  I was hoping to find a part of the forest that I remember seeing as child, but don't think I went far enough on the trail. It may also just be that this part of the forest is not in fact a childhood memory, but the setting of a story I once read titled Bruno's Revenge by Lewis Carroll.

9 comments:

Catherine said...

It must have been wonderful to stay with your grandma for a while. The Forest looks like a great adventure!

andie said...

exploration and nostalgia. sounds like the perfect visit!

arnique said...

I hope you weren't attacked by blood-sucking insects! :)) I speak from experience. I love the polka dots and it's time for me to get myself a polka dot dress reminiscent of the Forties!

A from A + B in the Sea

Mila said...

The dress is beautiful!!!

Cassidy said...

this is a beautiful location; i love your outfit !

rebecca said...

I love polka dots so much (:
(ps, I've been stupidly influenced by the virgin suicides, the film has been played so much recently!)

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B r i said...

xo thank you! wrote you a letter in fancy handwriting, then realized i couldn't even read it haha oh noo!

Charis. said...

great polka dots dress! :)

FF: Fashion Fever
xx

JMay said...

Love these garden pics! So lush!