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I'm a country girl at heart, I like living in a village. I love the quiet life. The animals. The green trees and open fields. But most of all -  I love the peace and quiet.

So it seemed apt for me to visit some place even quieter and more beautiful than my own home village on my birthday. After much thought I decided on a little town called, Bourton-on-the-water, about an hour or so from where I live. And I'm pleased I did, it's a lovely little town - utterly beautiful and beyond peaceful. Everything feels slower, if that makes sense? Kind of like the pace of life is just that much slower than the normal.

It was a lovely sunny day and it was lovely to relax. Sadly we received some sad news about Adams Granny - who meant a great deal to me. She had, along with every member of my Husbands family, welcomed me in like their own ever since I met Adam as a teen. The good thing, about this sad occasion was that we were all prepared and I suppose there can be relief found in that she is now no longer suffering.

Anyway, I wanted to share a few snaps from my time at Bourton-on-the-water..

It truly was such a lovely little place to visit.

Bourton on the water
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Bourton on the water, cat signing, cat house sign


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4 comments

  1. Looks like a lovely place, glad you had a nice birthday. Sorry to hear the news about Adams Granny :( XX

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  2. Beautiful photos Alex and I am so glad you had a lovely birthday- this looks like somewhere I would like to visit- so quaint and pretty. Sorry to hear about Adam's Granny. x

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  3. Sorry to hear your news, we had to say goodbye to Jamie's Grandad on thursday - its always a shock even if expected! The town looks gorgeous, remiss me of a town called Holt in Norfolk!

    Kay xxx

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  4. Taking portraits is a lovely way to mark a significant birthday...or any birthday, in fact. My condolences - I know how special Granny's are.

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