Joining in with Hawthorn Spellweaver for the month of May with ten categories.
A little lone gum blossom which I thought looked quite "hairy". I did find this one difficult, though I'm sure there are lots of things.
Baking biscuits last Sunday.
OK, so this is my - "What to do when you don't know what to do"!!!!!!! I'd like to think someone, somewhere could conjure up a poem about these.
Young hands and old hands. Teaching my grand daughter to knit. DD rang late Sunday afternoon to ask a question and I heard in the background, "tell Nana I am knitting now". She's doing well.
My original wedding dress circa 1969, which I'm sure must be "vintage",(I've been married twice for those who don't know) and although this has sentimental value, it is only because my great aunt made it for me. She was a professional seamstress and this was her 30th wedding dress. She minded me as a 3 year old whilst my mother had my younger brother and I think she instilled in me a love of sewing. I used to sit on the large table which housed her industrial machine and play with buttons and fabric scraps while she sewed. The bottles were my other choice and I couldn't make up my mind which one to choose, so both are here.
Clouds casting shadows across the hills of South Gippsland.
9. VIEW FROM A WINDOW.
Technically not from the window, but as I walked into the kitchen on Tuesday, I looked out the window and saw these two galahs on the feeder. I ran to get my camera, crept out to the opening of our back verandah and quietly took a couple of photos. Probably not the easiest to capture without disturbing them and the closest to the kitchen window, which has a flyscreen that makes for lousy photos. Aren't they such pretty colours and we've not had them on the feeder before.
10. MY OWN CHOICE.
A waterfall plunging into the sea on The Isle of Skye. I thought this so amazing, that it came out No.1 for this category. We explored Skye in 2011.
All done for the Month of May and thanks once again to Hawthorn for our challenge.
I am loving this so much and enjoy how everyone else interprets it.
Have fun all and take care.