Can't believe this photo was taken over 11 years ago! It shows how busy the spiders have been weaving thousands of webs on the wall and grass in our fields.
In my new garden there are some areas covered in bits of flint; I find it a handy source of a suitable blade if I need to cut a piece of string etc, rather than having to trail back to the shed and find my scissors! In the past I have been known to use a piece of slate.
Earrings from my number 1 quilting friend; she no longer wears them so I was offered them! Yes please, and thank you.
On our way up to visit my sister in Port Carlisle we pass some wonderful scenery. This is one such view from the M6.
I like to be busy at all times.... on a dark evening I find I can crochet without thinking much and this is the latest blanket I have made for a homeless cat/kitten. It is very bright but I am sure the new owner will not mind.
Just had to find the opportunity to get Boris into this month's list! Here he is having a sleep one afternoon.
Staying with friends on Loch Feochan and this is the view that greeted us one morning. No rain for a change!
I was working at the last moment to get all the photos sorted for this month. Earlier that day I took a photo for Autumn and was happy with it. Then we called round at a friend's and I noticed all these wasps inside an apple on his apple tree. He was not impressed as he had been planning to eat that apple soon; so I did not bother with my original photo!
Mickey the cat that 'adopted' us many years ago. We found out later that he had several 'homes'. Here he is resting on top of my current quilt I was hand quilting. Funny how they find the best places to call their own. He was a very tactile cat and did not mind how much he was handled or stroked. In fact when he came in wet (it does rain a fair amount of the time here!) he insisted on being rubbed down with a towel.... before finding somewhere to sit/sleep/rest!
These past few weeks I've had so many new things (books, plants (bought and gifted), yarn etc) but when I was at Yarndale the other weekend I treated myself to a crochet blanket kit (Cosy Stripe) from Lucy of Attic24 (click here to visit her website and click here to visit the Wool Warehouse from which you can order her kits.). I nearly bought one last year but this year I decided I'd not let that opportunity slip away. A friend (Blue and Yellow Morning) was with me and she also bought the same kit; she has made a start on her kit but I will keep mine in its bag for a little while as I must discipline myself to finish some projects before I start another one!
That is the end of this month's scavenger photo hunt; I wonder what challenging words will be in the next one?
Thanks for taking the time to look at my offering and reading my mutterings!