Not a scrapbooking crop you understand - a 'pick your own' strawberry crop! It's another gloriously sunny day here, last day of half term and so the husband and I drove out to a nearby farm and picked ourselves
and some gooseberries
The strawberries were sweet, juicy and delicious
and the gooseberries were not
So, the strawberries will be cut up and added to bowls of meringues and ice cream for dinner tonight and tomorrow and the gooseberries will be made into jam, gooseberry fool and gooseberry crumble. It was so nice to be out in the sunshine, in the middle of the countryside, picking healthy, wholesome food.
Then home to finish off the May page of Shimelle's 4x6 Photo Love project.
These are photos from a trip to Southwold that we took in 2008. On the Tuesday before we left, The Husband tore his calf muscle while playing badminton so had his leg strapped up and was on crutches the whole time we were there. Men! It didn't help that we were renting a flat in a converted school house that was on the first floor and there were no lifts to get upstairs. I'm really enjoying this project and can't wait for the June pages to come round!