Through the different stages
- I have moved - I can now be found at Cathy @ Still Waters - http://cranethie.wordpress.com/, Melbourne Victoria, Australia
- As much as I have enjoyed blogging here I have now moved. I can now be found at Cathy @ Still Waters - http://cranethie.wordpress.com/. Living, loving, Laughing and Travelling as much as possible. Come along and join in my life and travels - I'll be happy to have you there with me. I can now be found at Cathy @ Still Waters - http://cranethie.wordpress.com/
Monday, June 29, 2009
Through the different stages
Saturday, June 27, 2009
Friday, June 26, 2009
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
These are the bloggers involved:
Trees native to Australia aren't deciduous - most of the trees in my area would be a Eucalyptus (Gum tree) of one sort or another
Thats why in many if the photos and especially the pictures I took at the park there are no bare trees.
We have no falling leaves, well not many, if you look round the neighbourhood there are lots of trees with no leaves at the moment.
Exoctics have their place in our gardens, remember the one I mentioned that I can see from my laundry and my neighbour has a huge Oak that drops all over my garden.
Friday, June 19, 2009
Very deceiving 'cose it was cold all day long
When I got home I stayed close and did clear up things
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Friday, June 12, 2009
don't forget to click on the photos to get a better view
Thursday, June 11, 2009
Then theres the demands from a paid worker from the charity
I do a great deal of voluntary work for.
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
You know how you find an interesting crafty blog and then follow a link from there and then another link elsewhere and in the end you are miles away from where you started and 2 hours have passed since you first sat down at the computer
Well if you are familiar with that process you will know its amazing what you can find when its cold and wet and you have nothing to do (well thats not really true) but trawl the internet for interesting and amazing things.
This is a white plastic garden chair, usual variety, available for sale in loads of places
Many of us have them, they are handy to have and come in useful when the company decends on us and there aren't enough of the nice comfy new padded ones that match the table.
They don't absorb spilt soft drink (or hard drink either:) ) or get stained by sticky fingers and they stack which is great 'cose then you can hid them away in the shed or the garage till the next time
Anyway thats not the amazing thing I found
Would you believe a student in London used the concept of knitting a chair as a project for her degree in product design
Sunday, June 7, 2009
Oh I think I'll go and see if there's anything left in the food bowl
Is it alright if I sit here?
You didn't say you were coming back
Ok I'll share if I have to
But you have to lie still
Its cold outside so anyone with any sense will be lying on the cat mat