I love the look but what stood out for me is the picket fence. It brought back a sweet memory of my great grandmother's house. She loved gardening and had a white picket fence that circled her property. She had a beautiful garden.
All royals family tree - family tree showing everybody on the throne of England from William the Conqueror to our present Queen Elizabeth II amazing that during the war many relatives lived in rival countries
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This would make a great nightlight.Crochet rug with light rope Made by BautaWitch - Free pattern! I have an unused light rope, might have to do this now. glad there is finally one with a tutorial and not just a photo of the finished product
unnamed oak I in winter mist (Majestic and full of character the mighty English Oak. Many of the oaks in Savernake Forest have been named, not this one though for some reason, maybe as it’s tucked out of sight of the normal routes.
Many of us have surnames passed down to us from ancestors in England. Last names weren’t widely used until after the Norman conquest in but as the country’s population grew, people found it necessary to be more specific when they were talking abo