I am not happy.
Blogger has ordained that I can only recycle
photos already on my blog for the time being
and I was so looking forward to sharing with tout le monde
pictures of my new green shoes (not these old things)
and the wall (this one)
I painted white (yes, white) today.
or only fit for the bin.
Whilst I feel your pain re Blogger (is it just me, or is it "playing" up more and more?!?)... I couldn't help but laugh out loud at the illustration you used for "I am not happy"...........ReplyDelete
Oh dear! I wonder why?ReplyDelete
I love your jug shelf! Or is a jug-and-mug shelf? I have an entire jug cupboard. Very bad. Must stop buying jugs.
Never mind; Blogger is temperamental, but we have to be grateful it doesn't charge us for the privilege of being messed about . Unlike Virgin Media.....ReplyDelete
And oooh! - is that a Lucozade bottle with the orange cellophane on? So important to get that precious cellophane off intact when we were children!
I'm sorry, but I'm also amazed at what you can do with recycled pictures! Impressive!ReplyDelete
your recycling is enjoyable ...ReplyDelete
But it seems like only yesterday when you explained how the shoes, yes, "these old things", were the epitome of good use, good aesthetics and good value.ReplyDelete
Well yes. But those were in the winter sale and it's spring now. Did I mention that they are green? (Good to see you are paying attention though.)ReplyDelete
Yes that is a jug shelf. There are many other jug surfaces in the house. I envy you your jug cupboard.ReplyDelete
Yes I spent many a happy hour with the cellophane plastered to my face. Similarly with the coloured cellophane from Quality Street wrappers but they were only big enough for one eye.ReplyDelete
Inventive, though. Especially the cycle.ReplyDelete
Creative recycling of pictures though, quite nice for those of us who are realativly new to your blog!ReplyDelete