I don't know what chalkboard board guy is referencing here, but I photographed it because it reminded me of a conversation I once had with my cousin, L.Timeline: 1992, on holiday in Madeira. We are the youngest guests in our hotel by about 25 years. We get asked out by 2 waiters and, after checking with … Continue reading Wit or Wisdom: #4
Yesterday afternoon, in an attempt to help DH with his word for 2011 ~ simplify ~ I tackled the bottomless pit that is the cupboard under our stairs. It was astonishing, the amount of crap stuff DH has kept over the years. We've been together 8 years this year and most of what was lurking under … Continue reading Under The Stairs
The idea this week was to look at telling stories without the use of a photo ~ something that I never do. Ali's suggestion was to begin with a list of things/facts that you would like your child/ren (and possibly future generations) to know about you.Here's what I came up with:Scrapping in a 6x12 format … Continue reading Yesterday & Today: Week 5
I like gadgets as much as the next person, as long as they are easy to use. My newest acquisition is a 35mm negative reader and, oh my goodness, it is so easy to use!It's connects to my PC via a USB cable and that's it. From 35mm negative to .jpeg image on your PC … Continue reading Gadgets
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Mr. Heron is back on the lake in our local park. I think that herons are magnificant creatures; if only they wouldn't snap up the ducklings and baby moorhens for their lunch.
DH requested haggis for supper tonight, in honour of Burns Night. He's obviously embracing his inner-Scot, or something ...
This week's task was to consider something that had been a challenge. It didn't necessarily mean an actual physical challenge, more the idea of something that was difficult to deal with. I sat for about half an hour, over a cup of tea, and made a list of things that I've found difficult over the … Continue reading Yesterday & Today: Week 4