A Craft Moment

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A craft moment:
*Can't
Remember
A
F**king
Thing....* *Could we see when and where we are to meet again, we would be more tender when we bid our friends goodbye.* Marie Louise De La Ramee

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Time Enough....

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13th Jan 2009, 19:31   | tags:,,comments (3)

Stump with hole...

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...My young friend said it looks a bit like a wooden toilet.

I make this my 300th post although the profile says 301. Either way a celebration is in order if only to try and beat the cold in our corner of the country... I am very tempted to celebrate by going back to bed. It will be warm, my young friend hasn't got up yet.
10th Jan 2009, 08:35   | tags:,,comments (0)

First Daffs of 2009?

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The snow was already melting fast by the time I managed to slip outside with my phone. In a very sheltered spot in the Craft HQ grounds I found these daffodils. I'm very shocked because they managed to get into full flower without me noticing and because they're so early. Also, it's been such a cold winter, probably the coldest I can remember.

Frosty Horns

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We saw this frost on a stag's horn tree yesterday when the frost mostly hung about all day.

My young friend and I wish you a happy new year filled with beautiful sights.

Going out now, see you next year!

Christmas Cranberries

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Cranberries are just like my young friend.
Shiny and good to look at.
Taste sooooo fine.
But really just a little tart....

Merry Christmas from me and my young friend. See you under the mistletoe! xxx
25th Dec 2008, 17:03   | tags:,,,,comments (6)

Winter Jasmine

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The flower is actually yellow, rather like forsythia.

Hard Frost

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The shrubs in the car park the other morning looked like they were getting decorated for Christmas.
14th Dec 2008, 11:52   | tags:,,,comments (2)

Silver

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I spotted this plant in a garden in October. It looked absurdly Christmassy.
10th Dec 2008, 20:20   | tags:,,,,comments (5)