Im hoping we could go before it ends! #mysundayphoto
Merlinda Little (Glimmer of Hope) recently posted…Pier And Donkeys
Now, that’s a lot of rain. We had a lovely weather yesterday and today is just dark. lol
Oh dear. Bet they were glad of a roof. Hope it wasn’t all day rain
Emma T recently posted…My Sunday Photo – boats at Henley-on-Thames
Ah a typical British scene, hope it soon cleared up
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Darren Coleshill | Photalife recently posted…#MySundayPhoto – The Shard
Hi Tracey, it looks like bank holiday weather never changes. I hope you didn’t get too wet and that you get some better weather soon.
Debbie recently posted…A Peep In To The Dragon Cave
That rain looks awful Tracey, great photo though x
Cathy Glynn recently posted…My Sunday Photo 1st May 2016
Yuk! It makes me feel cold just looking at that! The weather really has been horrendous lately.
Sarah MumofThree World recently posted…Silent Sunday 1.5.16
Oh. How very unfortunate. Barely saw a drop of rain yesterday, certainly nothing of this magnitude! So, er, having a barbecue today?
John Adams recently posted…Wearing daddy’s hat
Oh dear! That rain….Although it could be sleet….Eek! The weather has been crazy this past week x
Kim Carberry recently posted…Card Sharks – #MySundayPhoto
Great photo and so very British to carry on playing, could you hear them over the sleet there? #MySundayPhoto
Coombemill recently posted…Padstow Tide Times for 30th April 2016
Crikey! Good for them. That rain is sheeting down! #MySundayPhoto
Verily Victoria Vocalises recently posted…Sparkly Harbour
That’s a lot of rain! Love how the musicians still have a smile on their face through it all though 🙂
Louise (Little Hearts, Big Love) recently posted…My Sunday Photo – 01/05/16
Ha, that pretty much sums up the Great British Bank Holiday Weekend. But meeting Ken Hom made up for the weather, right?
Tim recently posted…My Sunday Photo: One chapter ends, another begins
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I'm Tracey, nice to meet you. Mummyshire was 'born' three years ago after we moved from London to the Oxford countryside. Here I chart our journey adjusting to our new lives, the challenges of being in the countryside & surviving parenthood.
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