Saturday, December 29, 2007

Scatterday Y

Scatterday Y, originally uploaded by FranW.

I'm now officially at the beach until the end of January, but could I find anything Y that pertained to our beautiful views - nooooo!!!!

Green -Yard - out neighbour but one, Garry has this fantastic type of grass growing at his place, watered a wee bit it stays green all year. This is his front yard looking across the road towards some vans at the camping area that stretches right around the bay at Bridport

Animal - Yawn - so this is Christmas????? Scruffy and Will are less than impressed with it all, especially their daggy decorated collars they've been made to wear all day.

School Days - Yarns- 2 of my school mates from Lilydale Primary school. Garry and Arie who also have homes almost next door. Every year for many years now, we re-hash the same old school stories, catch up on who's doing what and who's died.

Saturday, December 22, 2007

Scatterday S

Scatterday S, originally uploaded by FranW.

Yup! It's still Saturday, don't know where yesterday went !
I got my S's ready a few days ago, just after I did the D's and now here we are!
I've had one night home in the last 2 weeks so that might explain something.

Medicinal - some stuff from my "1st Aid Kit"

Beverage - Solerno Sherry - strictly for cooking!

Christmas - Soot- you see - living down here in the deep south, we still have a fireplace that Santa can scamper down!

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Happy BIrthday Nic

IMG_1587, originally uploaded by FranW.

It was also Nic's 33rd birthday on Sunday. Happy birthday darling son.

Banjo in sand pit

IMG_1554, originally uploaded by FranW.

...and this?

Banjo and Bubbles

IMG_1540, originally uploaded by FranW.

...and why would I want to miss out on moments like this?

Scatterday D

Scatterday D, originally uploaded by FranW.

I am late again! But I have a fantastic excuse - I've been to Brisbane again to have time with my family!
D for Draplique - my humble unfinished sample from a Pam Holland class - a few years ago now.
D for Dump Truck - all boys need a Tonka Truck and this was taken up to Brisbane for Banjo's Christmas present.
D for Darling Husband - a very touchy feely person.

Saturday, December 15, 2007

Scatterday D's going to have to wait! Sorry to the 7 people who are watching for it. I'm in Brisbane, waking up at about 3 Am, waiting for daylight to come at about 4, then darling Banjo wakes at anything after 5 AM!
My D's were all ready to post Thursday before I headed north, but for some reason I couldn't get something to work, the mosaic bit , I think it was.

Now I'm working on Nancy's computer and every time I hit the "a" I get Caps, sighhhhh.

Besides I have no idea how to find Flickr with my account.

I promise you it's all done!

xxxx (crossed heart and hope to die)

Friday, December 7, 2007

Scatterday K

Tomorrow is bought to you by the letter K.

This stumped me again because of the colour, why does this happen?
Again I've used my rulers, that's become part of the challenge, a bit like Pennie's babushka's.

I was very brazen today, as I went into the outdoor shop next door and asked the boy to get me his most wicked knife out of the cabinet so I could take a photo. He was teetering towards one that had a painted scene on it, I guess his definition of "wicked" and mine are somewhat different! LOL
So Dangerous is Knife
Kia for Blue
Katerina's Hair and Beauty for In My Neighbourhood (opposite from work)

Saturday, December 1, 2007

Scatterday M

I had a mental block for this week's, don't know why once I'd seen every one's.
I had decided what I was going to use and was also going to be terribly organised as I had a meeting and Christmas lunch today for Tasmanian Quilting Guild, but I sent the computer off to be serviced Thursday and the suggestion was to get a new hard drive, sigghhhh, which they had in store, how convenient!!! So the computer was there Friday too. Gee I get lonely without it, it's a bit like when the power's off and you think of all the things you can do with the spare time. Sadly most of it entails using electricity!

Anyhow, here's this week's choice.
The wooden rulers again come in handy.
Texture - Mulchy (told you I was digging deep)
Weapon - Meat Mallet (Dad has a Maddock handle behind his kitchen door - glad he forgot it was there when he had the intruder and "showed hima thing or two!")
Hobby - Machine patchwork

You know, I tote my camera around with me daily and like my mobile phone, forget it's there!
Went to Hobart on Tuesday for a drive and lunch with Robert and Graeme - nothing taken.

I blame the drugs.