Kentwell 1584

Yesterday Barry and I went to a Ktogs meeting, Tudor style! I was able to chat away with these lovely ladies from yesteryear. It was simply brilliant, the way they discussed what they were doing. Fascinating and entertaining too!
http://picasaweb.google.co.uk/s/c/bin/slideshow.swf

Here’s some information about Kentwell, I think we’ll be going to this magical place a few more times…I think I’d totally enjoy the Glen Miller evening!

to see a slide show of my images from yesterday click here
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I sent my Mum an email recently and attached the photo of me in the green dress…here’s her reply:-

Hello My Marie,

Looking at your letter again I discovered the photos . That darling one of you pulled at my heart strings. Reminded me so much of the one Bob took of you in 1960 when you were 4 and I’d only had Matt a few months . The others I presume are of your memories of Italy xxx Lovely pictures . Love you

Bye Mum xxx

so Mum sent me the photo she was talking about and I have put them together…not changed much have I? Really made me smile and also made me rather sad too for some reason…..I can actually remember the four year old me being photographed!

Me

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About picperfic

I dye luxurious fibre blends for spinners and felters, and sew beautiful bags, project bags and needle/hook organisers to a very high standard, using designer fabrics and then I photograph them!
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16 Responses to Kentwell 1584

  1. CG says:

    What a sweet pair of photos…you’ve not changed much at all! your day out sounds fascinating! Glad you enjoyed it xx

  2. daisie says:

    Kentwell looks wonderful! just to think I live not far away and I never knew about it. Thanks very much for the reccy! and your photos of the place are just breathtaking, lovely light and sense of place.

  3. Marianne says:

    No, you haven’t changed much at all, always the Babe!What a wonderful day that must have been…I looked at all the photos, fascinating! I’m with you, I’d enjoy a Glen Miller day/night!

  4. talj says:

    Oh so sweet! :o) Your smile is wonderful in both shots!! Hope you have a great week {{HUGS}} x

  5. Michaela says:

    Love the pictures and the green dress. Kentwell looks great too, must go and visit. (All pictures are working today! Perhaps computer has forgiven me for being naughty~!)

  6. Rita says:

    (Previous comment was removed by me)… as I was saying, Lovely smile, you haven’t changed a bit!Kentwell is now on my ‘to visit’ list, and I thought you were going for a battle re-enactment rofl.And I love Glen Miller,I didn’t notice is it an open air affair?

  7. Ann says:

    OOOHHH I love the 2 pics together! You have not changed at all! So often folks change so much, but you still have that beautiful smile. Love it. XOXO

  8. picperfic says:

    yes it’s held in the grounds but we can’t make it unfortunately…got a wedding to photograph earlier in the day!

  9. Ann says:

    And the kentwell pics are great. How very interesting…wich I were closer!

  10. Rosie says:

    I can see just what your Mum means!I love Kentwell, went there a couple of years ago with my sister and nieces. I’d love to volunteer one year (provided I could knit or dye). Glenn Miller sounds promising, too

  11. Julie says:

    What great pics! You still have the exact same smile.

  12. Nora says:

    You’re a true doll!!

  13. Thimbleanna says:

    Not changed much at all! What a cutie you are — and doesn’t it seem like just yesterday that you took that little 4 year old picture? 😉

  14. Hey Marianne – don’t be sad. Your Mum’s right you really haven’t changed that much. Rejoice!!Mary

  15. Kentwell looks very interesting – those Great Wheels look difficult to work with…Thanks very much for visiting my blog with the kind words and shawl suggestion – I shall add it to my ‘shortlist’ and do a bit of swatching.So much stuff to make, so little time…

  16. sulu-design says:

    What an awesome photo pairing – you haven’t aged a day!

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