Oh look at those gorgeous cobblestones! Years and years of feet have stepped over these and as I sit here with my feet propped up while they dance to a throbbing beat, codeine messing with my sleeping patterns and crutches beckoning me to get up and take a few more steps, believe me I wish I was there right now.
These beautiful cobblestones belong to Elm Hill in Norwich
This hill was named during the reign of Henry VIII and some of the buildings really show the beauty of Tudor design.
A newer building is on the site of Paston House, well I say newer, it was built around 1507 and was built by Augustine Steward who was the Sheriff of Norwich and three times Mayor.
We love to see little courtyards through the sides of buildings and this one was just amazing.
Not a very wordy post today, mainly because I feel like the bricks behind this barred window and just can't wait to wear normal shoes again after the bunion surgery.
Thank you so much for all your visits and comments over the last couple of weeks. The last few days have been very hard on the pain front and being housebound and I am so sorry for not visiting and being a bad blogger. The painkillers are quite sickening and I seem to be sleeping through December, which I suppose can be a good thing.
I hope to be back to some sort of normality in the near future, but until then, have a great week.