I wanted to show you a breakfast I made last week too, all very healthy and rather nice for a change.
These are two of my new birthday toys, I have now used them both. The spice grinder is brilliant, not so sure the meat grinder or mincer is as good as I hoped, and I now need to buy ear defenders to wear when using it!
Ermm, well my excuse is that I had to rest and keep my leg raised up last week, so I didn't join in. I could have snapped the coffee table where I took my Promarkers and boxes of stamped and printed images and lay there trying to colour them in, but I tried to keep off the computer too, as wouldn't be keeping my leg raised. I had cellullitis, and after two days of strong antibiotics it got a lot worse so I was on even stronger antibiotics, but at least I didn't have to into hospital on a drip which I was really worried would happen. All better now, phew. So on my messy desk are dies I am using, a card in progress with a Stampersaurus lighthouse image, a card I made for the challenge, see post below, my dictionary ready to do the next page, or pages as I have a lot of choice this time, and general mess. including new stamps, and on the floor is a package just arrived that I am going to go through next. The trimmer has been nudged along and is hanging off the end of the table, and I really was going to tidy up a little!
This one came out a bit fuzzy, view from the other end of the desk, and I had to lighten it a lot so you might see Sooty creeping round the corner to where he thinks is the coolest place in the house to lay down!
I was colouring in wintery Christmas images to try and cool me down a bit last week, it has been so hot here and we really could do with a good downpour. 6 waterbarrels are now empty, I am saving shower water and kitchen sink water to put on the plants in the hope of saving some of them.
Maybe doing this midday I won't be last like I am usually.
If you want to see more workspaces and to find out what this is all about: hop on over to The Stamping Ground and say Hi to Julia who started it all.