Nov 29, 2010
Nov 28, 2010
the bright colours and the wooden poses of the children on the cover caught my eye first then the graphics the photography and the very odd looking dollies not to mention the very short shorts, showing off a well turned leg, as my mum would sayworn unwisely by someone who really was old enough to know better they sure don't make bumper holiday books like that anymore
Posted by the vicars alter ego at 12:20 PM
Nov 27, 2010
I came home, defrosted and decided to show off some of my "almost done paintings"every so often I find one of these unfinished master pieces at the charity shop, and I love the fact that the painter hasn't bothered to finish what he/she started with so much enthusiasmI think we have all been there?in fact my featured knitting and curtain fabrics might suffer a similar fate........
Nov 26, 2010
Nov 25, 2010
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Nov 19, 2010
take some scraps of vintage fabric an old, ready for the bin, pilling, cardie loads of patience (not my forte) a bit of spare time and hopefully I won't need to spend money on a new cardie or, did I just hear someone whisper; looks like Margaret Rutherford has left something behind on the coat rack?
Nov 18, 2010
turns out Sherlock Holmes' dad was a remarkable, though troubled, illustrator this beautiful book was given to me this week by a very special friend. how often do you meet a kindred spirit at work of all places?