Show us ya pink bits! yelled someone from a building site a few years ago.
So, for your edification, here they are.
This shot is for Telfair who is currently knitting a pair of socks from this yarn. This slipper pattern is wonderful; it can be made into babies’ bootees, or children’s or adults slippers. We each have a pair in this household.
A little dilly bag found in an op shop last year for one dollar. I use it to carry my digital camera and spare batteries about with me.
See the bones outside the window? Big ‘roo bones found last weekend at the National Park at the end of the road. There was also a skull in the collection but it was too manky to touch so we left it there. Son #2 carried the rest home and has firm intentions of building a dinosaur.
Here it is close up. I’m a sucker for tiny florals.
Tapestry cushion on the pink chaise. It is here that I recline while Mr Soup feeds me peeled grapes and fans my weary brow. Ha.
By a happy coincidence, the candle on our dining table currently is pink! Usually it’s bog standard white paraffin. Beeswax if we’re feeling decadent. This month it’s pink for some reason. I see the table needs a wipe.
Close up of my favourite brooch. Someone asked about it during Show and Tell, so here it is. Purchased at the Arts Centre Sunday Market, sorry I’m on limited time and not linking (just posting a gazillion photos … hmmm)
Dwarf kangaroo paw. I bought three of these over a month ago and haven’t yet found the right place to plant them.
Sunset two nights ago.
Because I can’t help myself.