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Saturday, November 21, 2009

Scrapbookers are everywhere

Welcome to Melbourne, Australia in this stage of your ‘blog around the world’ trip.


I don’t live in Melbourne but have been here all week at a workshop. So this view from my window is from a hotel in the middle of the city – hence the mirror glass and buildings. You can just tell that it is sunny – 28C and hotter. Next week I’ll be back in New Zealand and blogging about more crafty stuff.

Please keep going on your blog around the world trip by visiting Amy who is also in Melbourne and I’m sure has a more interesting view from her window.

27 comments:

Amy said...

I didn't know you were here this week - a bit warm wasn't it? Poor Sydney has it a whole lot worse now!

Sian said...

Wow, a bit of heat would be nice! Thanks for organising this..I can't wait to make a few more stops and take in the views.

Beverly said...

Thanks for taking us around the world and for organzing all 40 of us! I'm hitting a few bumps in my journey and want to be sure to get to everyone, is there a master list posted we can use? thanks again!

humel said...

Hello to Australia! *waves* I'm not great with heat, though I'd love a bit of sun right now... Safe journey home x

The Scrappy Tree said...

Great pic!

scrappyjacky said...

Well....I wish we had some of that heat here....nothing but rain!!!!

Amy said...

I'm back to you Helena - a quick flying visit to most out there - thanks for setting us up!

Lee said...

Thanks so much for organizing this! So nice to have "met" you and so many other ladies in Shimelle's class :)

Margi said...

Very kewl hop! SO far I have been able to click through to everyone! Love it!

Kathy M said...

Thanks for organzing the blog hop. It's been nice to "meet" you in Shimelle's class.

Irene said...

Thank you for all the organizing, Helena!It's been great!

Jools said...

LOL, it's funny but from previous posts I've read I thought you lived in Scotland, UK so funny to find you live in Australia.

Thanks for organising this blog hop. I've really enjoyed it.

Photographing Mom said...

Thanks for sharing and for putting things together Helena!

MarleneMAZ said...

Nice photo, I am starting my journey right now.

Cheri said...

Thanks for organizing the post. Between where you are visiting and where you live, that's two places I want to travel on my "bucket list"!

Carrie/scrapchick said...

Nice picture! Something I don't see everyday! :)

Irene said...

Phew! Managed to zoom all round the world from here at my desk! Thanks once again Helena!

Angela2932 said...

Australia!!!!!! What a great place to begin our trip! Someday I want to see Australia for real, but I'm enjoying the reflection you're showing us!

Cyndi said...

Thanks for the great idea and getting it all organized. It was a blast!

Nitasha said...

For someone who does not travel much, I'm excited to take this trip around the world-- thanks!

Tracy said...

I love the reflections in that building. Our summer does not seem to be coming this year, we have just had rain, wind and more rain and wind, with a few sunny days in between. Thanks so much for organising this!

Melissa said...

You got some nice hot weather while you were visiting. Thanks for organising the blog hop and so sorry that I mucked up my scheduling on my post. I had to prepost and I must have hit save instead of publish after I put the time in. Hope you enjoyed Melbourne in spite of the heat.

Heather said...

Thanks for all your help organising our train around the world, its been a-m-a-z-ing :D

elinjanne said...

I`m home and it has been a joy to do this trip around the world. It`s been fun to look trough all the blogs, seeing the simularyties and the diffences.
Thanks for hosting.
-elin-

Willow and Wattle said...

this is a great idea! Just found out about it, thanks to a retweet!

LeaVon Price said...

Helen...thanks so much for putting all this together for us and for sharing your view with us today. I've had a great time seeing where everyone is and really enjoyed reading all the different blogs.

JJ Sobey said...

28 degrees Oh my - it's been hovering around 5 here in MOntreal this week. I'm a little jealous!