Thursday, 13 October 2011

Reasons to be cheerful number one









Clank, clank, clank of the spoon on the wok; a culinary percussion as I cook stir fry.







Reasons to be cheerful number two...






Playing ripple patterns in lime.






































Reasons to be cheerful number three...









Some carnation heads fall off as I arrange them. I offer them a reprieve in an egg cup by the sink where they are offering some unexpected cheery colour in return.


















































And the sun is shining again - ye ha!





L.x.





"Cheerfulness in most cheerful people, is the rich and satisfying result of strenuous discipline." Edwin P Whipple.


2 comments:

Alison said...

I always do the same with flower heads, too nice to discard. Lovely and warm sunshine here today too. Just 6 more sleeps before we move and so much to do, been round and about saying some more goodbyes today, that is the big downside to this move. Ali. xx

Lynn said...

I know Goodbyes are awful aren't they? I cried all the way to this house - and it was only a mile away from the old house - lol!! Try to think of all the hello's you will be making too!
L.x.