Month: November 2009
HSMSHS on Facebook: Wisdom For The Weekend
This weekend's Wisdom For The weekend on the HSMSHS page on Facebook is from the Twilight novel, chapter 9 apparently, and is said by Edward Cullen ~ I followed your scent. (The Twilight series is unknown to me, so I'll take the quote as fact.)The 4-legged member of our family fits the bill nicely for … Continue reading HSMSHS on Facebook: Wisdom For The Weekend
Here we are again ~ Pink Saturday! Thanks go again to Beverly at How Sweet The Sound for hosting and organising what is obviously now an enormous task! This week, I'm featuring these beautiful flowers, which were given to me by BF last weekend. My GiveAway this week is the Maze book shown in the … Continue reading Pink Saturday
HSMSHS on Facebook: English
Today's word prompt on the HSMSHS page on Facebook is English: cuppa, anyone?
HSMSHS on Facebook: American
Today's word prompt on the HSMSHS page on Facebook is American: who better than Lady Liberty? This shot was taken on my last visit to NYC in September 2006.Happy Thanksgiving to all the Americans who drop by this blog.
So Why Is Granny Wearing Antlers?
HSMSHS on Facebook: Birthday
Today's word prompt from the HSMSHS page on Facebook is birthday: here you can see my 40th birthday cake, with all candles lovingly provided by DH!
HSMSHS on Facebook: Scottish
Today's word prompt from the HSMSHS page on Facebook is Scottish: what could be more Scottish than the Pipes & Drums, seen here at the Highland Field Sports Fair on the Moy Estate, near Inverness, in August 2008.
SLYMI: Week 47
This week's challenge was to scrap with leaves ~ plenty of inspiration during a British Autumn! I used a photo I took recently of one of the trees in our local park, and I partially scraplifted the LO idea from Kerry Whilden's LO 'Joy', which can be seen on p70 of #60 of Scrapbook Inspirations … Continue reading SLYMI: Week 47
HSMSHS on Facebook: French
I've missed the last week or so of word challenges from the HSMSHS page on Facebook, but I hope to get back into the swing of it this week. Today's word is French: what better than the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris. A truly stunningly beautiful piece of architecture.