You don’t have to be crazy
to be my friend.....
I’ll train you!!
This week was full of gorgeous stuff and heaps of fun. I’ve been surrounded by loads of people who have been there for me through thick and thin, have acted like nutters – just the way I like it, and shared many laughs with me.
They say friendship is groovy and it really is. I spent many hours at the hospital today with Heather the feather and all is good. Heather hadn’t even had a cup of tea yet and so I thought I was doing a community service by staying with her.....making sure she didn’t scratch people as they walked by her bed. She get s like that if she hasn’t had her cup of tea. Lol
Luv ya heaps Heather!!
How do you like my creation of a felt mouse? A lady at work asked me to make her a mouse that would resemble one from a story book. This is the book.....
This is my version. My little mouse is about 2 inches high x 3 inches long. I adore the big ears and big yellow eyes. I hope the lady loves him too.
I had an extra day at work last week and it entailed cleaning, removing items from a room to different places. Great for the extra money but was I going to do a heap of housework this weekend? nope.lol I decided to do some gardening as it appears to be a little safer from snakes now as the weather is cooling down a bit.
A stroll through the yard was pretty awesome and relaxing. I think too often we forget to do these wonderful things such as actually looking at the natural beauty in our gardens, sitting in a cool corner of the yard and simply listening to the noises that surround us, watching our pets as they do their crazy little antics.
Thinking that my front yard is turning Mediterranean to help me feel settled. The plants on the pedestals will cascade from the pots once they’ve grown more. The plant in the big white pot in the middle is a miniature bougainvillea. Apparently they grow well in pots. The flowers are white. How yum it will look when it all grows.
On the knitting front, I have been chipping away at a cardigan for a 1 year old boy that has been requested. This unfortunately is not a good picture of it but I will try to get another photo when it is finished.
What is this darling thinking? I often wonder what her thoughts are?
Welcome back to Australia Ermo! I hope you had lovely travels and fingers crossed for the dreams you want to achieve. I’m sure you will be successful.
Thanks to my Ag Society friends who make me feel so included in the gang....and for teaching me how to undo sleeping people’s shoelaces from under the table. Lol
To Verbena, thank you for visiting my blog. My heart belongs to Italy.
I didn’t get to visit blog land this weekend but when I get half a chance I will visit my favourite gals. Not long until Easter, a few lovely days off, a time to think about the meaning of Easter, for those who celebrate it. Have a wonderful week and take care.