We started our journey in Cornwall with Storm Hannah bearing down hard on our heels. The day of our arrival was warm and dry for the first few hours, but as we drove towards the west the weather changed until we had to pull over and let the pounding rain ease up a little.
Over the next two days, we watched the forecasts with unease: would the storm arrive just as our daughter Anna and her fiancé Andrew met to take their vows? We researched how to take the best wet weather wedding photos, and they scoured the town for wedding‐themed umbrellas.
In the end, the rain clouds passed just as they emerged from the service and the strong winds just blew Anna’s wedding dress into beautiful drifts of cream and lace. They were so fortunate! So please join me in congratulating the new couple. Those of you who follow Anna’s website and patterns will see her proudly using her new name, Anna Alway.
In my next blogpost, we’ll stay in Cornwall with views of bluebell woods and the church where Sir John Betjeman is buried. If you have enjoyed Tim’s photos from Cornwall, then please see his Flickr page to see more photos from our travels.
Until then – Happy Knitting wherever you are!
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