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Wednesday, 26 January 2011
Rambling On :: About This :: and :: That
Last week was very exciting and tiring. Little Kimbles and I were in the local Pantomime, we were both in the Chorus and had an absolute hoot!!! We did eight performances over the week and each night the production seemed to crank up a gear, so that by Saturday night we were all on a complete high! We sang and danced to songs from a variety of sources, from the theatre, such as Wicked and Les Miserables, films such as Toy Story 2 and Mary Poppins and pop songs from Abba and Elton John. Apart from the odd occasion when the scenery didn't move quick enough before the curtains opened, and a few attacks of giggling when not supposed to - I think we did well!!!!!
As promised, here is a picture of me in one of my costume with the Daisy pinned on to it that I made with the Daisy Maker
As you can see, I think the Daisy added some interest to a rather dull costume!
My other costume was a little prettier though and was nice to wear.
So this week we are back to normal, and looking forward to the spring
This is an Amryllis I was given for Christmas, its sprouting from everywhere! Looking forward to seeing this come out.
In the meantime my favourite Yellow Roses are adorning the dining table
Bringing some sunshine into the dull dark days.
I have done some crocheting too,
These two squares are now with Mrs Twins for the SIBOL project,
This is how far I have got with the African flower inspired squares. I think they may be turned into a cushion, I m just not feeling it for a blanket - but this may be revised in the future. Instead I have decided to make a plain granny square blanket for my camping in the summer, so blues, peach and yellow will be the theme. Karin made a super one with many colours in her blog, and I want to do something similar, something that I don't have to think about too much! I have only made a couple of squares so far, so will show you when I have made more.
Well I have rambled on enough - I must say though, it is nice to get back to some rambling!
Thank you for visiting my blog. "Home" is a lovely little Sussex Village near the South Downs, where I work from home and have a lively household. I dabble in lots of crafty things but first love is crochet.