Glad to be back after the half term, we visited family near Oxford and there was much love and laughter. Just what I needed! We visited the Tower of London to see the now famous Poppies or Blood swept Lands and Seas of Red to give it it's proper name.
It really was very moving, to stand and to realise that each of the ceramic poppies represented a solider who was killed in WW1, 888, 246 to be precise. We enjoyed lunch on the embankment overlooking the Thames and then I found my way back to Marleybone train station on the tube! Not bad for a girl from the sticks!
We also had a beautiful walk in Wendover woods. Who said "there's no such thing as a Gruffalo?"
What fun we had! The children willingly and patiently posed for me while I tried out my camera!
Anyway back to crafty things……. ATC's made for our A-Z challenge. The beautiful stamps are from Inkylicious.
Another initial made for a colleague…… only 2 more to go!
A canvas covered with fabric and then painted/stamped chipboard letters added. Ready for the Christmas fayre.
I am home alone this week as dear Hubby is away and I last night I found myself standing out in the pitch dark garden (spooky rustlings going on in the trees) taking photos of the moon!
Hmmmmmm…. enough said… thank you for staying with me 'til the end of my meanderings...
Have a happy week..