Good morning everyone. Hope you are all bright eyed and bushy tailed. As of typing, still appear to be in rhythm and fluid situation is easing. Still getting the odd rogue beat but otherwise ok.
Thank you for your comments on the last card. It was a bit different for me but once I got teddy bears in my head, I had to run with it.
Littlelamb. I don't mind you commenting at all. Thank you very much for taking the time. So polite so I'm not quite sure why you've been hanging around with Maureen lol!!!
Talking of whom, I'm not sure sticky pads will do. so I've sent a hoist.
Jackie and Kate, hope you had refreshing breaks. Welcome back.
Suzzie, Darnell and Karen I promise to keep on top of the situation and I am good about salt anyway. I don't add it to anything, except a juicy sirloin steak. Sorry, that has to have a twist of Maldon on each side lol!!!
Yorkie Wendy, I always work on the principle, laugh and the World laughs with you . . . . . . fart, and you laugh alone. . . . . .
Now, this is another little deep purple Christmas number, teamed with some silver mirror card. . . . . they do go well together, methinks, although the photo above doesn't look very purple. Trust me, it really is lol!!!
White and purple card
Silver mirror card
Sue Wilson Holly Octagonal Frame
Sue Wilson Snowflake Gemini
Docrafts Snowflake embossing folder
Memento Dew Drop Grape Jelly ink
Still quite a flat card, although I think this one went to our next door neighbours.
Well, Flash has competition. An older neighbour 5 doors down from us has decided to do a bit of cycling.
Now, he is a rather portly fellow (in his 60s, about 5ft 9 and I'd guess around 20 stone) and I commend him for embarking on a fitness regime but Lycra is very unforgiving!!!
There was a fluorescent yellow skin tight Lycra top (safety first eh? Not that you could miss him in broad daylight) and shockingly tight Lycra leggings. . . . . . . even Linford Christie would have given these a swerve. Mind you, did remind me that we've got some walnuts lurking in the cupboard left over from Christmas.
I can only hope that he found a comfortable saddle position as he wobbled up the road, waved off by his wife.
Will have to think of a name for him if he is going to continue.
Now you have that lovely image in your head, I shall wish you all a happy and healthy week.