Darcy's Postcard girls,
my Norway postcard is at
the bottom of this post -
scroll on down......
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I was feeling very sorry for myself this week
(head feeling like it was about to explode with
distorted vision AND then a pulled muscle
in my ARMPIT which is NOT FUNNY!)
but that's no excuse, there are still things
to be thankful for this week.
I'm feeling better and I can drive again,
so that's got to be my first thing to
be grateful for.
The ability to have a couple of days off work
without getting the sack.
I hate leaving my teachers in the lurch but
I was really no good for anyone or anything.
I'm grateful for their patience.
I'll be back next week
going turbo to make up for lost time.
Coffee with my friend Sue.
It was good to catch up and
compare aches and pains!
I then bumped into my friend Louise
and we spent 20 minutes or so racing
each other to the bargains in
(but those jeans, Louise - really?!).
I've been enjoying listening to the new
David Guetta album
(Nothing but the Beat),
much to Luke's horror.
Apparently there is a law that states that
mothers are not allowed to like their
17 year old son's music.
The sun has been out for a couple of hours
which is a very welcome change to the last few,
very wet, days. Cliffy the bunny is very pleased to
be let out onto the grass and is sunbathing on top
of her little wooden 'lookout' hut.
I swear she's half Meerkat!
That's about it for this week, boys and girls.
Not bad for someone that's been a grouch all week.
You know you can join in with the Friday Rocking crew,
don't you? Just pop over to Virginia with the link
to your Rocking post and we'll drop by and say "hello",
or just mention in her comments what you've got to be
grateful for this week.
The country set in
Darcy's Postcard challenge this week is
To be honest there was only ever one
subject for me.
I'll give you a clue why I chose it....
look at the HANDS!
Yes, at last, an artist who was ahead of his time
when it came to the painting of hands.
These are my style TOTALLY!
Thank you to Edvard Munch (1863 - 1944)
and the very famous painting,
Check out the hands, ladies and gentlemen -
I know, I'm a genius ;D
Munch painted 'The Scream' in 1893 (!).
Munch was a Norwegian Symbolist painter,
printmaker and an important forerunner of
So you led me to
believe you were
planning an art heist
in Romania, when all
along you had 'The
Scream' on your
ensure it is stored
carefully until it, and
you, are recovered.
Because, of course, I
WILL catch you.
'Til next week.............!