Wednesday, November 19, 2014
both the Canadian and Greylag geese are spending a lot of their time grazing the grass beside the river at the moment, in big mixed groups. They are so used to people from when the hatch that it is no problem that they graze where we walk - they sometimes take a step away or hiss but that's it.
hope you are all keeping warm as you zoom in and out
Monday, November 17, 2014
good morning from a wet and overcast Edinburgh.
I’m wearing my new top and I’ve persuaded Connie the cat to take her tablet and turned around her food bowl so she will eat the food on the other side of the bowl.
Much of my weekend was the same as last weekend with lots of rugby and crochet – but no cold.
Also progress on 2 seasonal decoration projects – sewing a long piece of crochet around a polystyrene ring ready for decoration; and preparing lots of shiny triangles. This project was prompted by the decoration in John Lewis store and I had thought through how to cut the card and join them with paperclips and that the secret to it looking fabulous was to have lots. What I’d skimmed over in this thinking was that I would need to punch a hole in the top of each triangle individually to ensure placement and stop undue bending. I’ll share both as they progress
and I remembered to check out the window at dusk to catch the glorious but short lived red sky
Thanks Sian for this idea of recapping the weekend and waving to everyone on Monday morning – have a great week
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
enjoying all the seasonal sights being shared by you all in your zoom pairings
Monday, November 10, 2014
another weekend over and time to follow Sian’s practice of starting the week with a quick re-cap (feels like my sing language class which always starts with a re-cap of last week, and I’m seeing the sign for re-cap as I type but can’t do it while typing!)
anyway to my weekend, which was a game of 2 halves as they say and summarised with 2 photos
I spent the afternoon happily watching rugby on TV, with some crochet for the quiet bits and a purring cat and admiring the bunting hanging above the TV which I made earlier in the day from some William Morris wallpaper that I came across in my stash. Entertaining rugby without getting wet is a winner in my book and balancing my southern and northern hemisphere allegiances I was very pleased with the results.
my sneezing had developed into a cold with blocked nose and aches so plenty of time on the sofa with my crochet, kindle and playing Triple Town on my tablet. Hoping it clears up fast.
Wishing you all a good week