« So Long 2008! Hello 2009! | Main | Hot Handles Taken Care Of! »

January 11, 2009

Comments

Guðrún

Yes the wonders of nature, they are beautiful. The ficifolia flowers are gorgeous. Good for you to have tackled your sewing room.

linda

oh what awesome photos Jenny! I LOVE your new thread box I really should do something like that mine are getting a little messy to say the least! love your little box too! that list thing....my husband does that!!!!

jodie

Awesome photos - love the colour against the sky - beautiful

Tinniegirl

You are such a great photographer. I really love the shots of the bees especially.

Bird Bath

good for you on getting organised - I bet it feels good.
And that list keeper is so sweet, I reckon I'd be whipping it out every opportunity to admire the cuteness.

upstatelisa

gorgeous colors!

Handmaiden

jenny,
great job with the floss and like you I am a list writer and as always your nature photos are fab

anastasia

love the idea with the container..isnt it great you can think outside the square for ways to use things! and the matchbox - very clever!!

Dees

woahhhh those photo's are awesome!!!!how on earth......my goodness you are great with that camera!thanks also for the lovely comment on my blog,I am at work now so I can't get to my regular mail but many many thanks!and hugs!xoxo
PS you made me dream of cleaning and decluttering with this post!

Fiona @ Dragonfly-Crasfts

What a great idea with the tackle box and those flower & bee photos are fantastic.

kris

Okay. Doing something and then writing it on the list so you can cross it off is completely normal, not weird at all! (Can you tell I do that?) Love the new thread box, and the fact that you have been organising and decluttering. You are going to have so much fun in that "new" room!

Leanne

Great snaps Jenny.....love the one of the bee landing aren't the flowering gums great at the moment...so many different colours. Well done on the organising.

Lisa

Love the sweet matchbox notepaper - such a brilliant idea!

The comments to this entry are closed.

Adelaide

Blog powered by Typepad