We'd just returned home from this year's final 'Marché des Producteurs' of 2011, up at Lumberjack, when the skies darkened and a full scale storm predicted the imminent arrival of Autumn.
The boys watched as the 'Son et Lumiere' lit up the night sky. Then, when the deluge eventually arrived, we confined ourselves to barracks, and candlelight.
The two scallywags are now en route for England, with one overnight stay in Paris to break the journey.
Back to school on Monday, when, no doubt, all their adventures will be retold a hundred times over.
See you again soon, I hope, my lovely boys. Grumpy misses you already!
That was a big, bad storm. I cowered nervously in the dark while husband thought it was all great entertainment.ReplyDelete
I expect your house seems quiet without the boys. Don't be too sad. They'll be back!
The air is getting thick, warm and heavy here too Cro.ReplyDelete
Never fear...they'll be back to see their Grumpy.ReplyDelete
Big thunderstorms expected here this weekend too Cro...hopefully it will cut the hot and humid atmosphere (inside and outside of my head).ReplyDelete
I understand totally how you must be missing those lovely boys.
They'll remember that forever, I bet. They are just adorable!ReplyDelete
Ooh, I love that shot of the lightning.ReplyDelete
Do what I did when my grandchildren left. Let their fingerprints linger for a few days. Every time you look at them, you'll smile.
We're just leaving the toys all over the place!ReplyDelete
They are, indeed, the most lovely boys... Grumpy is so very lucky to have them...ReplyDelete
I just love little boys and those two look scrumptious..,.ReplyDelete
Hope your lovely boys had a safe journey home. Here's betting they're missing Grampy too.ReplyDelete
Beautiful opening shot - and those blond boys. You're a lucky man, Cro!ReplyDelete