Monday, 18 June 2012

bits and pieces

...a bit of a pick & mix posting today! Last week was eclectic to say the least...it included...
Wealden Times Midsummer Fair 2012
a visit to the Wealden Times Midsummer Fair. 
This year's event was held at Hole Park, Rolvenden, Kent.
Favourite stands included Foxhole antiques...
...and Chloe Antiques.

Favourite products...
...I fell in love with Pearl & Queenie jewellery...especially the Love Story Collection, check them out here or visit the shop in Hastings Old Town. This ring is my most coveted item of the day.
...I was extremely impresssed with Olivier Baby too. Beautiful cashmere knits for babies and little people.
...I was smitten with Court & Hunt's Shepeherds hut and Wantsum, oh and yes I do! Want them both!

I was lucky enough to squeeze a flying visit with Virginia Griffith-Jones, she is working on a huge new canvas, it's already looking wonderful...I suspect it is going to be a triumph...here's a sneaky peak at her studio...
I was thinking about running away to join the circus later in the week, then I discovered that mon ami Gigi had been to Giffords Circus and I was wild with envy until she asked me to go to the beach...
Giffords Circus / Rasa Zukauskaite by Ellen von Unwerth for Lula Magazine
 
 ...I soon forgot all about the circus...
I was accompanied throughout by my trusty side-kick Boodle...
seen here happily sleeping it all off!

Sarah
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10 comments:

  1. can I have a shepherd's hut please???
    pleeeeaaaseeee?!

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  2. Caravans, camper vans and gypsy huts....big sigh.

    Nina x

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  3. Oh my I could just give Mr Boodle the biggest snuggle!
    Lisa x

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  4. Looks like you have been busy have fun, that ring is very nice.

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  5. I wondered what Boodle had got in his mouth!

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  6. You know, Sarah Jane, may I confide in you?
    Just between you and me.

    When I was young, I wanted to join the circus and be a trapeze artist.
    I remember writing a letter to my mother telling her that I had decided to be a flying trapeze artist when I grew up.

    Needless to say, my feet are still planted very firmly on the ground....

    cheers
    Fi

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  7. what fun! all of it is incredible. how inspiring!

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  8. argh! i've been blinded by the sight of gorgeous shepherd huts & the yummy mr boodle!! xx

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  9. What a lot of fun I must say! Your images are lovely. I am in love with your sweet pup...that is how I am feeling lately. School is almost out...bring on the SUMMER.
    Hugs to you my friend. xoxoxo

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