Monday, 3 October 2011

An Even Dozen.

Goodness me! A warm welcome to my 12th follower Ingrid from My Dreamworld. I love reading your blog and admire your work very much.  The detail on the antique camera is truly amazing.

I can't believe that it's October already.  What happened to the last nine months I wonder.  What have I been doing with my time?  When I really think about it or read through my diary or more importantly, read back through my blog, I can see that not all the days have been wasted.

Apart from a "crook" back and the usual creaks and groans of my ageing bones,  I'm very fortunate and I do thank God for all the wonderful, positive parts to my little life.
  Fantastic family, good friends, a comfortable home filled with all the crafts, books and other bits and pieces to fill my days.  What else could I want??
I wouldn't say no to having much more money to spend but then I don't think I could squeeze many more mini's into our little house.  Would I like to be 30 years younger?  I'll think about that one and get back to you.

P.S.  All of the photo's of flowers seen here on my blog are taken in my garden. A good close-up leaves out all the surrounding weeds!


  1. It really is amazing that October is here. The year has gone by fast, and to think my kids only have 2 1/2 months left of school. Love your flower photos!

  2. Hola Sandie que bien tu 12 seguidora... tendrás muchos más.
    Cantas? que hermoso!!! me gusta cantar (pero lo hago horrible.
    Hermosas flores.
    Un abrazo

  3. Thank you for your compliments. I love to craft, nothing more. Glad you like it.
    groetjes Ingrid

  4. Hello Sandie, I have just found your blog :0) I agree, this year has flown by, but I do love this time of year in the UK; Autumn. Your flowers are so pretty :)
    Julia x

  5. Sandie, I would not like to be 30 years younger - no time for minis then! But I would like to have fewer problems with my back too, and fewer creaks and aches. However that gives me more time to rest and do minis - so.........Love your flowers, your garden must be beautiful. Wish mine was so well developed instead of neglected or just being regenerated lol! Hugs Sandie (Snippets from my Studio)

  6. Thank-you all for your comments, I love to hear what your opinions and dreams are.
    Sandra, if you could see my garden you may not think it's beautiful. A bit of careful positioning of the camera cuts out the weeds!! It's not bad but gets out of hand through the winter then it's a huge job to wrestle it back into shape.