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Happy S-u-n-furling

I've joined in with the August Break project hosted by Susannah Conway (see the badge) and my happiness this week has been to capture the sunflower in my garden as it gently unfurls, (one pic per day).

The rest of the week has been a bit higgledy piggledy, I've been psyching-up all summer to start the massive job of painting the exterior of our house, finally got down to it this week promising ourselves a holiday in our beloved chariot when completed.  Well it has rained on and off all week hasn't it!  Finally finished yesterday only to be denied the get-away today as the chariot's wing mirror got broken two weeks ago, my love ordered one immediately off ebay, they promised it to be here in ten days and isn't!!!!

Oh, kettle, computer and toilet cistern all on the blink this week too, all necessities, been very frustrating!
But
Today is our wedding anniversary and even if we don't get off on holiday, can't have a hot drink or go to the loo I can always take another shot of the S-u-n-furling flower and if my computer doesn't freeze on me post!!!:)


Wishing many happy moments to all of you.
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Comments

WrightStuff said…
Sunflowers are just the happiest of flowers. I love it when you stumble upon a whole field of them smiling and winking at you in the sunshine :)
Hope you get away and a wonderful time. Happy Anniversary.
Ginny said…
Have a wonderful anniversary. I love your picture of the sunflower. Your post is such a wonderful picture of life and how we can find happiness in spite of all the irritations that present themselves.
gina said…
I hope you're off in your chariot by now and celebrating! Sounds like you really deserve a break. Have a happy weekend!
Helen said…
Happy anniversary! I love the idea of photographing the unfurling of your sunflowers. May your weekend unfurl beautifully and happily.
Monkey Mind said…
Happy Anniversary!! We are currently painting the exterior of our house - ugh! What a process! Now I see why the pros charge so much. It is a ton of work. I hope you get to drive off somewhere soon and enjoy a day to yourselves. Cheers!
Suzie Ridler said…
Happy Anniversary and wow, totally love the sunflower! I think I will join you and slow down in August. Looking forward to enjoying the changes in the flowers in my garden, as well as the veggies!

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