Wednesday, July 24, 2013
1 Sweetly scented Daphne 2 Quilt in this book, I adore the colour combos; dusty pink, chartreuse, lavender, clear clear blue, taupe, navy, mustard, red ... amazing 3 Some more pentagons
Monday, July 22, 2013
ABOVE Photos on the left are of Oscar February 2012. At top he is being held by my dad, down the bottom he is spinning in circles on the grass with my sis. Both were taken while on this holiday.
Photos on the right are of Nora July 2013. At top she is being held by my mum (note the new fringe cut), down the bottom she is devouring a banana in my parents luscious garden.
And because I can't help myself – a couple more shots of little Oscys. Spinning in circles. Such a cheeky face, even then!
Friday, July 19, 2013
1 Native Green Hood Orchid (discovered on this walk). 2 Jasmine, signalling that it is soon to be Spring, one of the few plants in our yard that isn't a weed! 3 I have no idea what this furry pom-pom plant is called (in my parents' garden). 4 Strongly scented white jonquils (in my parents' garden). 5 A childhood favourite, Snowdrops, those delicate green dots make me swoon (in my parents' garden).
Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Monday, July 15, 2013
the car art. Oscar had fun with a rolling pin and copious amounts of paint.
2. Poor sick Oscar, looking so peaceful and small during a rare daytime nap.
3. Springtime doesn't feel far off somedays. Flower buds in amongst my succulents.
4. Visiting Val (my grandma) and her puppy Billy. I'm in the middle, Oscar's pulling poor Billy's tail. That's my mum holding Nora beside us. Oscar had lots of fun picking lemons off Val's tree. (Photo by my sis Tess).
Not too many photos were taken this week. The sunshine was much appreciated.
Dipping in and out sporadically of Em's stills link-up.
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Sunday, July 7, 2013
Friday, July 5, 2013
Here's my sis Tess and her new pup Bluebell, setting up picnic in Sydney Park on Thursday morning. Endless open space, willy wag tails and countless friendly dogs. Views containing diggers, airplanes and kites. Enough to make any toddler (and mum and Aunty and puppy) happy and tired!