Sunday, October 13, 2013

Borrowed from Mike


Ann


Mike and Pat taken before we ambled down the lane for lunch.


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24 comments:

angryparsnip said...

What wonderful photos.

cheers, parsnip

Mike and Ann said...

Thank you Pat. I think you've made the photos look better than I did!

Pat said...

Parsnip: taken by both Mike and Ann.
Mike and Ann: all I did was cut me off the one with Ann:)

Ms Scarlet said...

Lovely, Pat!
Sx

OldLady Of The Hills said...

Such Sweet Pictures, my dear.....I Love Them!!! I hope lunch was good!

Granny Annie said...

Classy and classic folks...all three:)

Pat said...

Scarlet: :)

Naomi: yes its good home cooking.

Granny Annie: ooh that sounds nice:)

Rog said...

Have you run off with Ann's husband?!!!!

John Greenwood said...

Lovely! xx :-)

Pat said...

Rog and John: they were so nice I could have run off with both of them:)

Chef Files said...

Whilst I can appreciate the fine folk, of which Mike and Ann undoubtedly are, it is also very pleasing for me to see that the latest series of photies reveal just how radiant you look once again dear lady. A perfect picture of both health and beauty...

LL Cool Joe said...

Wow he has a great beard! And you are looking very well yourself!

paulo1 said...

Very nice to see your good self and Mr. Shaw enjoying the sunshine.

Mage said...

Just perfect. :)

Pat said...

Chef: I'm pleased you're pleased:)

Joey: thank you

Paulo 1: a very benign Mr Shaw.

Mage: :)

Guyana-Gyal said...

Hello beautiful people :-)

Gadjo Dilo said...

He's a splendid looking gent, isn't he. I'd have tied his neck-tie so it was an inch or two longer, but other than that perfectly turned out.

Pat said...

Gadjo: wouldn't it have to be a longer tie - and they can be a nuisance dipping in the soup etc,
Looks impeccable to me.

Mike and Ann said...

I suppose if I lost a lot of weight round me neck the tie would be correspondingly longer ? But other than that - why thank you Mrs Gadjo-Dilo.

Mike and Ann said...

P.s. I could, of course, have made the front part of the tie longer, and the small end correspondingly shorter; but I was always taught to tie a tie so that the two parts were the same length, or with the back part just a little shorter.

Pat said...

Mike and Ann: I should tell you that Gadjo is a man:)

Mike and Ann said...

I beg your pardon sir.

kenju said...

Pat, you could pass for half your age here!!

Pat said...

Judy: I shall treasure that remark.