It's been a busy week so far. I commenced my New Graduate year at the hospital, and although I'm pretty exhausted from the early starts, I'm really enjoying it. All the staff are lovely and are so very helpful, so really what more can I ask for. It's a half hour drive from home, but it is a nice drive with great views of the country side.
Before I forget I thought I best decide on two recipients for my handmade tea towel cushion covers as my contribution to the Send it Forward idea. And so those two are Lea of We Like to Make Stuff and Peta of The Sea and Me Change (both lovely blogs if you haven't already popped over to see them). If you two ladies could please send your postal details I can get them sent off to you.
We had a little visitor in the garden during the week too in the form of a youngster blue-tongue lizard. He's more than welcome to stay too with a bit of a snail population around at the moment. He stays pretty camouflaged as I can often hear a bit of rustling of the mulch but can't see him.
Someone else trying their hand at a bit of camouflage is this one...
matching the colours perfectly.
I have the weekend off and am planning it already, I know it's only Wednesday but I can't help it. I'm hoping to get in a bit of thrifting (which I have missed all week), maybe a picnic at the park; and a bit of sewing. Plus a visit to the nursery to pick up a couple of hardy pot plants. Any suggestions for what will grow well on a verandah either side of the front door, that maybe receives an hour or so direct sun in the morning? The current two were looking quiet sick when we moved here and they're in need of replacements.
Well hoping you all have a wonderful rest of the week. x