Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Chats on the Farmhouse Porch ~ 127

Its time for one of my favourite times of the week. A visit to Patrice over at Everyday Ruralty and her Chat on the Farmhouse Porch. Glad you are feeling a little better Patrice...we missed you last week

Everyday Ruralty
Everyday Ruralty

Have you been watching the Olympics?
No...not really. The last time I watched the Winter Olympics was when Torville and Dean were at the very top. Wonderful. I like hearing how Great Britain are doing though

Torvill and Dean perform their Bolero routine at the Winter Olympics in Sarajevo, 1984
Watch the full routine here
Does the grey winter affect your moods?
Im sure it would if I let it...but I can find beauty in anything..so I look on the positive...Spring will soon be here
Grey Winter by Miruru-chan
When was the last time you held a baby?
All the time..with my Grandson....he's gorgeous, and cuddly and I love giving him Nana Hugs

Do you do a thorough spring cleaning each year?
Yes...its a legacy from my mother... and her mother before her..but I don't mind...I'm not a lover of clutter, and I like the house to be really clean

Please tell Wendell a bedtime story. He asked. I said I'd ask you. If you don't feel that creative, tell him a favourite book you think he might like. please:)
I'm not very good at making up stories. I used to read my children a lots of books at bedtime. One of Miss C's favourite's was 'Guess How Much I Love You' by Sam McBratney. She could listen to it over and over. Eventually I could see her mouthing the words as I read it.. And yes Miss C...'I love you to the moon ..and back'

Thank you Patrice..great questions as always

Until next time

Love and Hugs
Phoebe x



  1. I love that bedtime story..thanks for sharing..loved your answers. Blessings

  2. Of course grandkids are always your babies, so I guess I held a baby this morning,

  3. Wendell loved the book! You have a great attitude about not letting the grey skies get you down. What a beautiful grandbaby!

  4. I have always loved the picture on that book, the looks on the faces and the looong ears.