I was checking out the amazing website called “Britian from Above” and look who I found being all cute and a little under 100 years young at the time? The Laurels and her twin sister Hollies. If you want to see the image it was taken from, check it out here. To find the Laurels,… Read More The Laurels in 1939
The Great War: the War to End All Wars. If only that were true, but the rows of veterans filing passed the television screen and those down the main street of every town on both sides of the pond tell us otherwise. I remember watching as a little girl when the young men from the… Read More Remembrance Sunday: The Laurels During World War I
Forgive the bushy bushies, but this was pre-haircut. From the Attic: From Bedroom 2 (that’s St. Lawrence Church): From the bottom of her ridiculously long garden: …no. Keep going, you aren’t there yet.
Ever wondered what was in the basement of a Victorian home? Wonder no further and allow me to tell you: the Gate to Hell. My Aunt Sheila looked at me like I was mad when I informed her of my exact hypothesis and said “someone watched a few scary movies growing up.” Thinking back to my… Read More A Victorian Basement Kitchen