Saturday, 31 May 2008
Thursday, 29 May 2008
I managed to do May's page in May!! Pictures of the birds were taken from my kitchen window, my mother in law and sister in law brought the boys home and Gordon and I went out for lunch to Dunskey Gardens before they came. I made rhubarb crumble for dinner. I am taking the view of my garden from my kitchen window every month to see the changes over the year. Have also taken a photo of Andrew's sunflower seeds and will do this again (if they survive being put out in the garden).
Tuesday, 27 May 2008
Sunday, 25 May 2008
We were at Glasgow this week as John was at his first concert - he went to see Amy McDonald - and thought it was great. We went shopping yesterday and gots lots of bargains - I love a bargain!
I thought I would share this with you, with thanks to Scrapdolly who had it on her blog. The Dash it is very beautiful and has lovely words, music and pictures. The words seemed so appropriate for me at the moment as I just finished work to enable me to have more time for studying and being with the children and less stress in my life. Go watch it and then think about what you want in your life.
Thursday, 22 May 2008
This one is a War Memorial.
Wednesday, 14 May 2008
My photos for Module 6, we were to take photos of people. Luckily my kids seem to love getting their photos taken! We have had glorious weather again this week, so I was able to take some photos outside.
I was so pleased last week when my first photo, silhoutte of John and anchor, was chosen by CJ for her Final Five of the week.
Have also managed to get some more gardening done, although not much scrapping or studying. I suppose the weather will change some time soon!
Wednesday, 7 May 2008
I was very chuffed last week when my photo of Andrew was chosen for the shortlist for the favourites, it didnt make the final five, but I was pleased anyway.
I have been out in the garden a lot over the weekend and again today trying to tame the wilderness, there is still masses to do though. Scrapping has had to take a back seat (although it will probably rain soon, knowing our weather).