the wedding’s done, the guests have gone and all the cake is eaten. but what to do with all the bits and bobs you (and others) spent months, years even, gathering for the big day?
as any partner to a bike lover will know, bikes breed. and when you regularly ride them off great whacking mountains they tend to break. actually not just the bikes break, but fortunately we haven’t had a trip to a&e in at least 24 months, which is some sort of record for us.
and have i ever got the most fanbloodytastic photo for this week’s subject, merge (even if i do say so myself)?!
he may be teeny tiny, but he’s got big aspirations to cultivate this barren land!
sometimes words say a lot and mean nothing. sometimes a picture says what a thousand words can’t.
alliteration aside(!), i thought i’d try out a series of short and silly(!!) weekly posts to see in the weekends. for your friday amusement, i give you…
after my last post, i’m in the mood for something lighter (no pun intended; honestly, i just got that on a proof read!).
so, wanna see this little box of tricks turn into an awesome chandelier?
i hadn’t intended this post to be all heavy and personal, but then it was probably a little optimistic to assume that celebrating the 5oth anniversary of jamaican independence was going to be plain sailing for a british born, half english, half chinese african jamaican.
sometimes, all you need is tea…
the ugly-arse coat hooks had to go. immediately.
luckily, we had an awesome piece of driftwood lying around, which we picked up in scotland yonks ago and never found a suitable use for… until now.