Friday, October 31, 2014

PULLIN M'SOCKS UP

Blogging seems to have got lost in the Post these past few weeks.   What with scheduled visits to the many Specialists, I asked the Haematologist... if everyone had as many things wrong with them as The Scot.   He looked knowingly at me and said ummmmm well not exactly The Scot seems to be a bit of a one off.   hahaha.  We now have a severe iron deficiency.  So more camera jobbies and iron tablets.  oh and we did need to call he Ambo's once again.   We have decided we will make a donation to them as they always arrive real quick, and the Ambulance Service is in a bit of a panic at the moment, I think they deserve all they are asking for.  We have elections coming up and I will vote for the party who is  going to support them. 
And I did fall backwards over the shopping (which the Scot had placed behind me) and banged my back on the benchtop.   I was a tad worried for a few days but it has cleared now, thank goodness.

Lots of reading (listening), I am in the process of adding all the titles to my side bar.  And the Flowerball Quilt is coming along nicely, which I will post about next week.

The weather has been wild at times, with one night of thunderstorms which caused quite a lot of harvoc across Melbourne.   We are lucky as it seems to rumble around us.


NaBloPoMo November 2014To try to get my socks pulled up, I have enrolled in the November NaBloPoMo

So expect a Post a Day throughout November.  I love a challenge.

But I do have some ideas.






To conclude this post, here are two photos of my favourite Spring Blooms




3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Beautiful blooms birdy - very cheery, which is just what is needed right now eh? Will look forward to daily posts, which I think put many things into perspective and highlights the good days - feel good factor for the not so good. Take care, keep sewing, listening to books and chatting to us. Will mail very soon. Jules xxxxx

Vireya said...

Lovely callistemons. Three cheers for the ambos!
I will look forward to your month of posts!

Sarah said...

Ahhh flowers! Ours are looking pretty pitiful now that the days are short and the nights are chilly. The frost hasn't got them yet, but I really should just put them out of their misery.

Keep sharing yours!

Sarah