Bringing the 365 photos up to date and a few links that I’ve collected.
This is cracking me up – Angry Norwegians
I adore the ability to JFGI or the more polite JGI, if I want to know something, it’s just a matter of tying in a few words and seeing what I get in return. This Google ad makes me smile.
I like this news. Really not at all liking this news. As much as I love this “urban wasteland” as it is for want of a better term, it could do with some developing. This proposal though is soooo not the answer. A scaled down version perhaps, I would like to see something like the Kelvin Grove Urban Village, a mix of public affordable and private housing, a vast green space and without the grocery store – so many options around here already.
When I first saw this on Mad Men, it really irked me but the more I see it, the more it makes me smile.
The last *few* 365 photos.
About time, 210/365
I’ve been thinking about a better way to store my shoes for awhile, mainly to free up some more space in my wardrobe. Went to Indro yesterday and picked up a rack. Love it!
Not my train, 209/365
After work on Friday, I caught up with Georgie for a browse of the shops and a movie, saw Valentine’s Day. Lots of laughs and a teary moment or two ie *that scene with Julia Roberts*.
QR to say the least is having a *few* problems with the trains and signals at the moment.
Mr Pelican, 207/365
From my Origami a day
Breakfast partners, 206/365
I’m subscribing to The Australian again and wondering why I stopped!
Back in the Orange, 205/365
SES went back last week after the summer break. Monday nights now mean orange overalls again.
Not even one bite pears, 203/365
Found at the Kelvin Grove Markets
Matching Nails, 202/365
All of a sudden noticing that your nails match the binding tape on a PM004? pretty funny, nails are Changeling Midnight by Kit.
Oh Toowong Library, 201/365
The feeling when all your holds come in at once? Overwhelmed at which book to read first.
Dude, that ain’t a car park, 200/365
This ning-nong, couldn’t be f’ed finding a car park, so decided to just park on the footpath instead.
What a view, 199/365
They are doing a fit out on the ground floor of our building and the plans are spread out on this bankers desk. I have a feeling if I sat at the desk doing my work I wouldn’t get much done!
Such a lovley colour car, 198/365
I adore this shade of blue
Care to bowl? 196/365
A set of lawn bowls with very lovely markings for sale at the Salvos at Alderley.
a drop, 195/365
Starting Friday we have had on and off rain.
Knit Graffiti in Stones Corner, 194/365
Summer is here and the plants show how I feel.
I want to say, 192/365
There has been some stencil poetry popping up round Auchenflower/Toowong in the last month or so. I quite like this one.
Breakfast, Dinner, Desert, 191/365
Breakfast/Dinner – fruit salad, yoghurt and toasted muesli.
Desert – replace the yoghurt with frozen yoghurt!
Puzzling about, 190/365
At the bookfest I picked up a few puzzles to occupy my time instead of bumming round the net. Since I don’t have a space where I can keep a puzzle out, I picked up a puzzle mat as well 😀 This puzzle is just about all done now too, I only have the sky left to finish.
Fishing Cake, 189/365
Grandad wanted a plain fruit cake with no icing for his cake. I couldn’t leave it undecorated though! We used to play with this fishing set when we were kids at the farm..
Gorgeous Sky, 188/365
Last Friday we had a gorgeous sunset, this however was the view to the east which I much preferred.
And that’s a wrap!