Valentine’s Day – It Changed my life forever 12 years ago! Read more
It’s up and done!
Can you believe it is already the end of the year? It seems as though the Christmas season approaches faster every year. November sneaked up way too fast on me this year. The run up to Christmas is usually a busy time of year, and at this time of year I tend to find myself under a fair bit of stress. Yes, it’s that time of year again, when every blogger takes time out of their busy schedules to put together a post about Christmas or how they will be celebrating this family tradition. Deck the halls and get in the Christmas spirit! To me Christmas is a family tradition that has been passed on from one generation to another. And without a traditional family festivity, it wouldn’t be Christmas. Read more
Happy Birthday to me! Two days ago I became another year wiser!!! Read more
Evolution can forge in many shapes in our lives. It can frame like a tidal wave, or crawl further progressively like poisonous weeds. It can advance in the cast of a wounding agony such as unfortunate options, beaten love affairs, or even new chances of possibilities and freedom of opportunities.
Hello everybody! What’s new going on around yours in the thought of Spring? I’ve been busy with my crafting works doing quilting which will be posted a bit later in the month. I am always on the go with my sewing as I am making some beautiful pairs of curtains that will be going to the other side of the pond in the Seychelles islands. I wish I was in the place of these curtains, you know what I mean? Well, but for the time being, some daffodils will do.
I am bringing back a bit of my past that I have already posted on certain occasions here on my blog. Like we say, “the past is a good place to visit.” My white and blue jug vase never ceased to accompany some flowers, I love filling this jug with flowers, wouldn’t you if you have some jugs like mine?
It’s Waving Goodbye to Winter
Easter has been and gone. With March now coming to a close and spring having finally sprung. I think it’s safe to say it is upon us. The dust has settled after Easter, and many of us may have returned to our daily routine and back to normality. Read more
Once again spring has arrived and I am loving it. London has been a shockingly warm and sunny place this week. Every trees and gardens are starting to bloom, and the birds are chirping – that means Easter has already arrived. I never understood how they decide on the date for Easter, but this year it is on March 27th
I am rather late for my Easter blogging this year, and it is only a few hours before Easter Sunday.
Actually many churches have already done their preparations for Easter Sunday. Lilies and Daffodils are already been done.
Spring that the sky is clear, the wind is warmer. Every aspects of nature starts to show a new lease of life, new leaves starts to show up, and the trees and plants will soon show up their first buds of Spring.The spring season is important for all of us since we are all waiting for a change of colors in the daily lifestyle that we live. Crops start to ripen in the fields. Farmers and their farms are happy once again, and the animals starts to enjoy the prairies in the green pastures. Everybody feels a sense of joy and happiness.Besides, spring is a season of preparing for flower festivals. Spring is the season of all the beautiful flowers that comes out to bloom. Cherry Blossoms are out there everywhere. The fields looks green and weather is neither hot nor cold. The birds are happy since there is no cold winds to blow through their wings.I will miss the winter, but the beauty of spring makes us forget the thick coats whilst the long sleeves jumpers only remains. All the colorful tulips are filling the fields, gardens and shops all around the village, towns and cities. And some gardens are blooming with their first branches of colors.
And to Live in a Rugby Town where the spring season welcome so many Rugby games, and together with my day out on a rugby day, some handsome gentlemen rugby lovers were more than pleased to pose in front of my camera. If only they know that they are live on my blog and the world will be watching them! I told them so that they would soon be on my blog, and they laughed it out and they did not seem to have a problem with it.
I hope we have enjoyed this walk together and thank you for the read!(Please note pictures and words belongs to My Country Epoque and they are my original properties).
(Pictures and writing belongs to My Country Epoque)
Following my yesterday’s first post of entering the blogging world, I can believe that I have hitherto invaded the world of blogging.I am sharing my second post to the world. I received a Retro Vintage Wooden Trug today made by a friend of mine. I couldn’t think of anything else than to run down to my flower market and brought home some flowers. And plus I am a keen buyer of glass jars of jams which I often keep one or two empty jars after the jam is finished. Using the glass jars to lay out my flowers and to show the world how it would make a beautiful decoration anywhere in the home.You don’t always need a flower vase to arrange some flowers in the home. The Trug is painted in a few shades of colors.. one side is blue and the other side is dark green and I have shown both sides of the trug in two different pictures.