Monday, February 16, 2015
And They All Lived Together In A Little Crooked House...
In England's delightful little Suffolk town of Lavenham the old nursery rhyme takes on an element of truth as many of the half timbered, brightly coloured and noticeably crooked, seem to lean on each other in a drunken fashion
as if for support...
Posted by The Flying Tortoise at 6:00 AM
Labels: a crooked cat, a crooked man, a crooked mile, a crooked mouse, a crooked sixpence, an element of truth, and they all lived together in a little crooked house, England, lavenham, nursery rhymes, suffolk
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I wouldn't mind living in a crooked house, but those crooked houses are way too close together for this country boy.ReplyDelete
It seems that old houses get a little off kilter just like people as they age.ReplyDelete