Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re probably right.
My daughter R gave me these hibiscus from her garden. She doesn't like them. I think they are beautiful.
|Enclosure for Jasper|
Meanwhile I have finished sewing some cushions for their caravan.
They weren't perfect but I was quite pleased with them and R was extremely pleased. They are cut down cushions from an old lounge and will squash down beside their bed at the foot and to give their legs a bit more room.
I planted some salad rocket in my garden this morning. This is part of my quest to save pennies.
This is the type of rocket that can be picked continually, although I think it is only an annual. I love rocket and use it a lot in salads so this should be very useful.
I am proceeding with my next felt name. I need it ready for Sunday for little Lilly's 3rd birthday.
I have been making cards and when we went to Davistown a couple of weeks ago I began pressing flowers and leaves for use on cards.
|Pressed leaves and flowers|
I can never resist a pretty sunset and took these photos from P:-)'s front stairs.
|Sunset from P:-)'s place|
Tiny underground home in Oregon, USA.
Beautiful landscapes and rich cultures
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The Old Man of Storr
The Old Man of Storr is a large pinnacle of rock located on the north of the Isle of Skye, in Scotland, in an area known as ‘Trotternish’. The 50m-high rocky outcrop of crumbling basalt is prominent above the road 6 miles north of Portree and can be seen for miles around. It is also the highest point of the Trotternish Ridge. Click here to see more pictures of this beautiful landscape.