Word of the Week – 28/3/14

Thank you for continuing to link up! I do love reading each and every post, as I know many of you do, too 🙂

Word of the Week is a nice and simple weekly linky, with everyone welcome to pop by and share. You reflect back on the past week and sum it up in one word. Then share your word with us in a blog post, with as little or as much explanation as you like. Come join in!

So, my word for this week will be:


Yep, as you read this, we’re on holiday – hooray! We’ve been to the Eden Project, visited National Trust properties, had strolls around pretty seaside towns, had plenty of cream teas and ice cream and enjoyed every minute of being on the farm – we even saw a lamb being born! I will of course blog about all of our fabulous days out and our stay here at the wonderful Coombe Mill on my return, so look out for those coming up soon 🙂

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72 thoughts on “Word of the Week – 28/3/14”

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  2. We love Cornwall, it’s such a beautiful place. We really enjoyed the Eden project. Amazing that you got to see a lamb being born. Hope your having a fab time! X #WotW

    P.s I’m in the linky twice, no idea why as I only did it once 🙂

  3. Oh how fab! I’m desperate to go to Cornwall but it’s too far for non-drivers sadly. Sounds like you had a great time, can’t wait to hear more about the lamb xx

    1. Wow, go you! I think I’ll get round them later this weekend, when we’re home again – something to look forward to 🙂

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  6. Glad you’ve had a good holiday 🙂 I love that area of the country. My in laws live not far so we always holiday down there, free accommodation! Though we have visitied Coombe Mill for the day before and would love to stay when we’ve saved enough pennies to have a holiday not in one of our parents’ houses!

  7. Looking forward to hearing more about your stay at Coombe Mill. I have only just linked… my word should have been ‘disorganised’ rather than ‘Playmobil’! Going to comment now! x Mel

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