G is for Garden and G is for Garage. Two things that both need a lot of attention to look tidy. The less said about the Garage the better, grump, grizzle, groan…. This was yesterday in the Garden or rather looking out at the Garden from the kitchen window. We need rain, but do we need it all in one go?
So I had a little think and thought you might like to hear about this G…
Were you wondering what we were all doing in Frampton-on-Severn? We were going to the Circus!
And we had a Great Grand Gallumphing Gyroscoping Gyre and Gimble time!
We were treated to nothing less than Tolstoy’s War and Peace circus style, Russian costumes, Gymnasts and Jugglers, Knife throwing, Tweedy the Clown, Hawks, and Tumbling doves, it was high drama from start to finish!
There were Horses, Solidiers, Passion and a glorious musical score from this dedicated group of multi-tasking circus folk! And as the temperature soared to 30 degrees plus in the sold out show inside the Big Tent, it began to snow ….Magic! We loved it!
The circus has a pop up restaurant that travels with it: We stayed and had in keeping with the Russian themed show..
…borscht and rye bread and duck ragu and chocolate pie. (They ring you to check for allergies, food needs etc beforehand).
The children played chase and hide and seek on the acres of grass outside, disappearing behind the circus wagons as the sun blazed warmly over Frampton-on-Severn; a definite Gorgeous Grub in a Gazebo moment and not a Grump in sight…