Last Saturday morning, after doing a few chores, I decided that we needed a bacon buttie for lunch. Which meant I had to buy bread and bacon fairly sharpish! I grabbed my purse and set off for a sunshine stroll into the village; here's a very convenient short cut that means it only takes about five minutes. As I rounded the corner at the end of our little road, here was this lovely car, all ready and waiting to contribute some fun and splendour to somebody's happy day. Glorious.
Not sure at this stage if I'll get a chance to link over at Annie's, but do go visit and see what's making the world a little more smiley for us this week!
Oh Wow. What a beautiful car. Thanks for sharing it.ReplyDelete
I am smiling with you Julia! Happy Friday xxxxReplyDelete
What a splendid car. I had a beautifully polished black car from the local taxi company when I got married in 1969. The driver put on ribbons and wore a cap. How things have changed.ReplyDelete
What a lovely thing to come across unexpectedly.ReplyDelete
Hope you enjoyed the bacon butties.
What a gorgeous and glammed up car - guaranteed to make the walk to the shops worthwhile :) Hugs, Elizabeth xxReplyDelete
So elegant. Looks like they were going to have a nice day for it.ReplyDelete
Hope you've had a fab Friday. Sue
What a beauty. Our wedding car was my SIL's gift to us. She is a funeral director and lent us their black limousine. It's a good thing I'm not superstitious!ReplyDelete
that's really gorgeous! smiling at Fiona's comment above!ReplyDelete
Sweet...fun times !ReplyDelete
When I first saw the tiny icon on my left sidebar, I thought what an awesome car. I didn't realize there was a bow and ribbon, too. What a gem you stumbled onto.ReplyDelete
How lovely and Sunshine too :) xxReplyDelete
Hi Julia. I love old cars. This one looks ready for a party!!ReplyDelete