The lager was from my son and the platter is something meaningful to me.
When my mother was 83 she decided to do a pottery course at night school. The cheese platter is one of the items she made.
Mum decorated it in a meaningful way to her and, I guess, to me. According to her version of events Bambi was the first film I ever saw at a cinema. Seemingly I cried so much when Bambi's mother died that the usherette told my mother that we would have to leave if I didn't stop my tears!
Moving on, the photo below, with many reflections, was a snap through the kitchen window from outside. Reminded me that I must get my hair cut!
I did say they were odd photos and the one below is a pattern on one of our our kitchen walls - as seen in the photo above.
Goodness knows how the next photo was taken. I must have touched the camera screen accidently or something. It's part of our house and part of me!
Anyway, this is how the back of our house should look.
And a few random garden plants and flowers.
I caught this duo on a local roof while on an early morning walk. We get quite a few gulls locally - some quite big - when they decide to take a trip inland.
And finally a couple more Cornwall products I received back on Father's Day - plus the fudge and a few Korev lagers as seen in other photos.
That's it for today, thanks for the visit. Best wishes.