Saturday, 4 May 2013

A Trelawnyd Spring Wedding



There was a wedding in the village this afternoon
The Barnsley's daughter from the rectory
Auntie Glad and several of the village "ladies"were there to see the bride
And I watched the proceedings with Bingley from the comfort of Bosoms, which I have just fenced off in preparation for planting.

18 comments:

  1. how cool! we have a church on the corner that plays their bells and i swear if they ever go out of business, i am buying those bells and putting them on my roof!

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  2. The only bells I hear now are the ones that get knocked out of me!

    I love the sound of church bells.

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  3. Such a charming scene, thanks for sharing it. I especially liked the turkey walking around in the foreground! :)

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  4. Bingley, do NOT ask for whom the bell tolls...remember #21!
    Jane x

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  5. I still miss the sound of the police helicopter from your old videos, though.

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  6. What a beautiful day for it.

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  7. Sweet! Nice that you can see such lovely doings from Bosoms. :)

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  8. I loved hearing church bells again (no such thing in our East African town!) it also looks like Boris was doing a kind of dance-step to the rhythm!

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  9. loved the bell...hope the new couple are eternally blissful!

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  10. Turkey stole the show.

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  11. He always does susie

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  12. I love how the sound of the bells is setting off dogs barking. And Bingley is such a beauty!!

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  13. If you ask me, you have the best allotment in the whole village. Front row seats for everything good and the occasional turkey strolling by.

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  14. A friend's mother lives opposite our Church & stands out in the road to watch all the brides arrive !

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  15. The tom's tail feathers looked a bit ragged. Hope he is well in turkey-terms. Echoing the thoughts above...

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  16. Why was the bride wearing brown; is that a Trelawnyd tradition?

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