Well, we are back in Pox Land this week, the toddler now has Chicken Pox. Poor thing is very hot and bothered! We did manage a lovely – illness free – week in Norfolk though in between.
On our way back home, we stopped at Felbrigg Hall, a National Trust house. We didn’t actually go into the house itself but played in the grounds, ate our lunch and shopped (I bought this gorgeous dahlia!).
We also visited the Flower Show at the church in the grounds, it’s independent of the National Trust and they are raising money to replace their very old roof. The show was very sweet, with flower decorations based on Shakespeare plays and each of them had a dagger and some of them a crown.
Seren was happy to find the Midsummer Night’s Dream display, she still enjoys watching the CBeebies Midsummer Night’s Dream production.
We bought refreshments and had a few goes on the tombola. Imogen won a cafetiere and the girls managed to get some soft toys too. Seren was fascinated with the graveyard which provoked a lot of questions about death and burial etc. Typically inquisitive, slightly gruesome 4 year old!
Linking up with Donna at What The Redhead Said for Living Arrows. See our year of Living Arrows 2015 – A Year of Living Arrows.