Welcome to my latest follower Karen and I will pop over to see you shortly.
Yesterday went well, and I think everyone enjoyed all my slide shows - I don't know
where the time went. It just flew past.
If I am asked to go again I will have to spend a lot of time making new slide shows,
but I have ideas already ;) ;)
Now it Wednesday and time to think about WOYWW @ Stamping Ground
I did not get around to playing last week as I was getting over the Kent trip
from the weekend when I went to see Mum.
But think I am back to "normal" what ever that is....
On my worktop I have some new paints - Gansai Paints. I saw them being demonstrated
the other day and they looked rather nice. And I am a bit of a glutton for paints.
New Paper pad - at a bargain price - so had to have it ;)
Photo of all my paint brushed - yes I use them all. One can never have enough
Working on some small cards on my background papers - those to do today.
Also I thought for a change I would show you our back garden. Our whole plot where we live is
half an acre. But Den has his "man cave" which takes up a good part of the land. :)
Before and after. Over the weekend Dennis got his chain saw out and cut down
our trees. Reason - to bring light to my garden.
Before we decided to make a veg and flower garden we had over 200 trees.
All planted as tiny tiny trees - about 6 inches high.
Our plans are to plant fruit trees and some more oak trees in the cleared area.
The branches which I am sure you can see will be chipped down and I will
use them in the garden.
After - still some major work needed !!!
I will be so pleased once I can get out onto the garden - not today as its so so windy.
The main problem we have at the moment in the garden are MOLES - ever since the railway
sleepers were put down last year. The sleepers need to be moved and "dug" into the ground on
their sides - a major project for Dennis before the growing season.
View across the Valley from the side of our Log Cabin.
Well that's it for today and just maybe I will try my new paints.
Or do some more crafting - what ever the day brings I know that I for one
has to make the most of it - as one never knows what is round the corner.
One of my slide shows was called "Count your blessings"
Look forward to seeing you again