At school yesterday I came across the great book about Dr Pompo's Nose. It was a 'crack up', and the children loved it, begging me to read the bit again where he had no nose "Good Hebbens!"
I couldn't resist that night while watering my neighbours vegi patch while they were away, just sneaking 2 of the many little golden nugget pumpkins, and making some faces, to take to school today. Needless to say, the children were delighted, and the 2 pumkin friends sat up and had a wonderful day at school!
Here are a couple of early morning shots of my front garden, now the sawdust paths are well established.
These 4o'clocks are so happy and bright. Lasting just a short while but making a statement while they are here.
. . . and a BIG thank you to Mr Fothergill!!!! A timely box of goodies arrived at my front door last week. How did Mr Fothergill know that I have changed jobs at school this year, and am no longer looking after Lost Property, but am helping the Environmental Monitors with the grounds at school.
In between the madness of it all, I find just a little time for some quilting. Back to this one that has been hanging on my design wall since last I went to Sewjourn in November.