Sunday, November 15, 2015


Lest we forget
This week many of us around the world honoured in silence and with respect, those who fought for our freedom.




 Well I know the morning has almost finished, and I haven’t blogged earlier, but I’ve been wrestling with my computer!! Lol Do you think the photo’s would load from the stick to computer?.........nope.

It’s working now so all is good. My knitted Christmas puddings........

 Have exploded into many! Do you love the funky coloured ones? I’m pretty impressed with them myself. I will be selling them at the markets and to anyone that would like them.

 I also went for a wonder down to the local library and found some very cute and creative Christmas craft books.
             The wonder of Mother nature.....

 9 eggs are under these two girls and they’re hatching all over the place. I can’t wait to show you a nice picture of one of the chicks when she/he is fluffy.....
                                       so cute!!!

 I had a little wonder through my garden this morning before the sun came beating down......
 How beautiful

 Do you have a favourite part of your yard? Yes? I do too, actually I have several. The side of our house is a relaxing little place I often visit, even though I’ve had to block it off from a certain someone (the four legged variety). I let Milo come with me so I can keep an eye on him...
 Why don’t I trust you again boy?
Yesterday Heather the feather and I went to the markets in York and boy it was hot, hot, hot. It was fairly quiet too in the way of customers 
because apparently there was a lot going on in the town this weekend. I was pretty quiet with my sales but I was over the moon for Heather, she did real well! Great stuff Moo cow!!! Lol

This afternoon I’m heading off to the lounge room for some serious knitting. I have a project on the go that I’m so, so, sew eager to get on with. It’s great fun having nieces and nephews because you can make all these great toys and stuff.......and have a home for it too. Thanks Lisa, Louise and Sam for the tribe of kids I can spoil.....I’m so lucky to have all this fun with them!!!!!  

Ciao for now!

                    Anita.

St. Marco square in Venice. Magnificent.

6 comments:

JoJo said...

Boy are hard to make things for. What do you make for them?

Fiona said...

your Christmas puds are just lovely.... such happy colours
Hugz

Karen S said...

The Christmas puds in all their colours look great Lovely work.
How lovely to have another lot of chicks running around.
Your garden is looking good so keep Milo out!!

Jane Galley said...

exciting times ahead in your garden, I had to remind myself it's coming into your summer and it wasn't unusual to be having chicks, lol

Gillian said...

I've been to St. Marco Square - it was so hot!! Love your wee puddings. Can't wait to see the chicks.

Julie said...

I Love those bright knitted puds of yours Anita. Your garden sure is looking lovely too ... hope that Milo doesnt rearrange it all for you :-)

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