This is me.
My eye lashes.
Well, I say my lashes because I bought them!
I had lash extensions for a big party.
I love them!
Tag: The Gallery
This is me.
Its week 67 for The Gallery over at Tara’s place, the theme is Vintage, which makes me think of clothes, which makes me think of charity shops and a certain wee-esque fragrance. We are house-move-minus-five-days, I don’t have anything vintage, I don’t have a post. No worries, I shall enjoy the posts of others with a cup of tea instead and dish out some comment love. Then it hit me – our new house is 100% vintage 1961 in origin with 1980′s highlights – get in!debug=
By the way I realised my Vintage subject after I had been to the house to take photo’s of radiator locations etc so the shots aren’t great but you can see the potential – right?
So its week 63 over at The Gallery and its a cryptic week with a Three Word theme. My Three Word Gallery entry stars Lil H and was taken shortly after we arrived at our Center Parcs holiday home. H is such a boys boy and this picture of him lying in the dirt poking sticks down a rabbit hole makes me smile, he was there for a-g-e-s trying to “lure” the rabbits out. We’re working on subtlety, its not currently a strong suit, the rabbits left by their back door and played merrily at the top of the bank where H is lying.
My Three Words Gallery: Boy – Stick – Burrow
This weeks theme over at The Gallery is Chilled Out, I took this over the Royal Wedding weekend, altogether now – feet up!
Here are three of my most favourite and very special girlies chillaxing. Naturals at lying down whilst the boys do the barbeque from as early as 1 year old through to nearly 16 years old they have a nautral ability when it comes to chillaxing! A very chilled out weekend with good friends, barbeques, good times, happy times.
Here’s my entry to week 50 of Tara’s The Gallery over at Sticky Fingers where the theme is trees.
Lil H and I took this on Monday afternoon on a rare just Mummy and H walk home from pre-school vis the playground where we got to loll in the swing hammock together and watch the clouds in glorious spring sunshine. On the way how we photographed each other, daffodils, pansies and the first tree blossoms of Springtime on a bright blue sunny sky.
This picture was taken on a Sony Ericsson X10 Mini pro phone which I have been sent to review, it has a 5 megapixel camera which takes a great quality picture don’t you think?