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September 05, 2006

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yvette

What a lovely view, I hope you are all enjoying your new home.

dawn

You lucky sod! Think of us stuck in the city! Have the children started their new school yet?

Laura

Wow, I am so jealous! I'm getting pretty fed up of London myself...

Mary-Lou

Can we all come and move into your kitchen please?

Niki

Lucky you! I wish I could stare at green grass and horses from my window. Looking at pavement just doesn't give you the same kind of peaceful feelings ;-)

Louise

I'm so glad you're settling in okay, having such a beautiful view can only help.

Kira

The view looks great!! That's the sort of house we are looking for too...

How are your kids doing with the big change from city-dwellers?? Mine seem to be doing well. Its me that finds it hard having to drive more than 10 minutes to the nearest Sainsburys!

Good luck with the storage purchasing!

diana

Lovely view! Congratulations on your new home!

patti

Oh what an amazing view. How wonderful for you!!!!!
Glad you are settling in. It will be great to see what you have been up to!!

Mary de B

Looks wonderful! A wool palace with a view! Are there sheep??

Donni

CHECK! THAT! OUT! Unreal!

caroline

My O my! That is pure loveliness. Enjoy it all and try to keep a shred of sanity midst all the to-do lists...

hPNY knits

wow, for NYC urbanites this looks 'Fake"...
wonderful though! I am glad to hear you are settling in.
will you still go to Aly-Paly in October?

carol

Lovely - just beautiful. Somerset is a lovely place to live.

mrspao

You'll have to have a new banner now :) Great view - I'm jealous!

paula

Love the view from your kitchen, glad you're starting to settle in

francoise

Fantastic view! I am sure you will love your new life in the country.

RoxyKnits

Oh yes - thats so much better now isn't it!

Suse

I have a view from my kitchen window too (evey window actually). I post it so often on my blog I'm sure everyone is sick of it. But I'm not! We did the big change 8 months ago (although we're not rural, rather sort of semi-bush-rural-outer-suburb) and it was the best thing we ever did.

Enjoy your new life and I look forward to lots of bucolic photos on your blog. With sheep please. Maybe a goat too?

Aimee

Mary, it is sooo beautiful. I can't wait to see more of your english countryside. Am definitely looking forward to seeing you in October at Ally Pally. Remember, there is always room at the Mayfair flat with K and I.

Jeanne

How many of us can fit in your kitchen?

Jeanne

How many of us can fit in your kitchen?

Jussi

jealous, jealous, jealous!
you will off course be getting a pony?

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