Goofing off in Geneva.....
That looks enchanting. And the squares on the ground were calling out for giant chess pieces. Magic. Narnia. Can you tell that I love wintry scenes?
Bonjour Kath,I'd just like to say it was great to meet you yesterday. As you can tell I managed to catch my flight.You are as funny in person as you are on the blog and I shall definitely pop over to chez Lockett when I next come to Geneva - if only to meet Milly and see if I can work out why Love Chunks is so named.;-)CheersWavey Davey P.S. I shall send the photos - again apologies for failing to match up to my reputation as a geek when it came to operating my own bloody camera.
A white christmas?
World's away from us, Kath. Wait for summer for the table tennis.
That's a pretty scene. You'll have to use coloured balls, white ones will get lost in the snow.
Oh how pretty! Recent photo? How special.
is that local? If so can I bring my bat if we visit, I really enjoy table tennis, the snow may slow the ball down though
EC, the scenes were just beautiful. Hell, I see snow clumped on trees and I'm already breathless with wonder.PlasMan, it was TERRIFIC to meet you. You must share your skincare secrets with me and all of your readers because you look about thirty in the flesh!Andrew I think that it rained and melted by Christmas day but by then we were in Wengen, in the alps and surrounded by snow. All previously booked so that we were guaranteed a white one.I love table tennis, Elisabeth and would gladly play when the snow melts, but it could be hard to find the ball if it bounces off into the frosty grass....River, trust you to offer some wise advise before I read your comment! :)Taken on 21st Dec, Vanessa.Nutty, it's about a km from our house but I'm sure there are others a bit closer.
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