Photo an hour - 20th February
This Saturday was #photoanhour and got off to a very good start when I woke up, as I found Ben had been shopping whilst I slept and so my breakfast was going to be more exciting than cereal.
8am: maple pecan bun thing. Yummy.
9am: For Christmas, Mum bought me the two Edward's Menagerie crochet books - they are superb. This is my first finished animal, Sophia the Flamingo for Vikki. Look at how she slouches on the heater!
10am: I've had a bit of a cold recently, so 10 o'clock was time for more tea to wash down the paracetamol.
11am: judging by the blanket over my legs in the 10am and 11am photos I don't think I moved very far! I started my second animal, Blake the Orangutan, again for Vikki. I am not a fan of fur stitch, although it is very clever.
12pm: I got up, and had a shower, and got dressed! I like my bee socks, continuing with the animal theme so far!
2pm: back from errands in town, lunch of roasted butternut squash, spinach, gnocchi and goat's cheese.
3pm: on Sunday my Guiding district held an event to celebrate World Thinking Day - I was organising it (different people organise it every year - I wrote about the 2014 event here) and so I had a few last minute bits to do on Saturday afternoon. Like make a trefoil out of a pipe cleaner.
4pm: more Thinking Day stuff. The girls would be doing four different activities and collecting a bit of circle (below) they could connect at the end.
7pm: Ben and I were off to the theatre. We needed to leave at 7.15. At 7.10 I was ready to go, and sat on the sofa to do some reading as Ben still needed to have a shower and get dressed.