For Cee’s FOTD
This weeks’ On The Hunt For Joy challenge is mix play with everyday, and Cee asks what we do for ‘play’ every day.
I had to wait until the end of the day and think back. I often spend some part of every day standing at my back door and spying on the birds, so that I don’t disturb them.
It’s probably going to lead to the ruin of the next crop of apricots, as I have no idea what they are doing, but the result is half-eaten leaves on the ground and the limbs stripped bare. But the buds seem ok.
Then, I always check for ripe strawbs, as they’ll continue nearly all year, with maybe a month or two break, and are still flowering.
If I get a big slab of time I might make cards
Take a walk at my favourite spot
or bake something, like today (ginger nuts)
They all give me joy.
For Cee’s FOTD.
In Australia we call chrysanthemums chrissies (crizzies). I took a photo and used the coloured pencil filter to see the result, for something different in Cee’s FOTD.
They were a gift from my sister and perky enough for Cee’s FOTD.
With Autumn weather teasing Adelaideans with gorgeous blue skies one day and grey storms another, it’s a great time for Jez’s Fan of… #66 Blue sky backdrop (#2).
I definitely think this week’s Hunt for Joy challenge is made for me.
It’s a bit windy today, but as soon as I read the challenge I abandoned my laptop to capture my rainbows.
I hope you find joy today.