Rinda has set this week's challenge over on the Scrap Weekly 2010 blog, and she wants us to use more ... more photos or even create a DLO instead of your usual SLO ... you get the idea.
My poor wee mite was struck down with a sickness bug at tea-time yesterday. Suddenly. Out of the blue. From nowhere. At 3-years-old, he is still too young to understand what is happening to him, and it breaks my heart to see him so distressed. Happily, almost 24 hours later, I can report that the … Continue reading Poorly DS
~ A partially flooded Common ~ An indication of just how much rain we have had in the last 24 hours. Roll on Spring.
~ A quick-no-one-is-looking shot ~ I didn't push my luck and chance taking any more poolside photos this morning. Instead, I am collecting shots of the lockers, the outside of the complex and anything else that catches my eye so that I will have enough photos for a double spread of The Boy Child's swimming … Continue reading 58/365
~ Percy Thrower ~ For my non-British readers, and British readers under the age of 35, you can read all about Percy here. He is well known to all British children who watched the BBC's programme Blue Peter between the years 1974~1987.
~ Kids: they dance before they learn there is anything that isn't music ~ William Stafford Photo: DS the Disco Diva, November 2009.
~ Wherever you go, go with all your heart ~ Confucius Photo: DS doing his best to escape from the park, July 2009.
~ Yet more commercialism ~ I had a Grumpy-Old-Woman moment this morning, when trying to cut through Marks & Spencer. The source of my irritation was the overnight explosion of free-standing card racks full of cards for Mother's Day (which is in 2 weeks, here in the UK), now blocking the aisles. Do we really … Continue reading 56/365
~ The queue at the Post Office at 09:10 this morning ~