We've not done anything in particular, but still I'm busy every day and the week just flies!
I haven't received many cards this week, mainly because I am behind sending cards. (If I don't send them, I don't receive any).
This one arrived last week from Russia. It is quite sweet.
My week has been a week behind the sewing machine. I am by no means a good sewer. Wrong word: a good seamstress, but I can just about sew in a straight line. I shortened two pairs of trousers and two tops that were too long (I'm petite so everything I buy is always too long). I repaired two pillow cases that had ripped. And I sewed two fly screens together to cover the double doors to the terrace. I buy them at Lidls. The two parts have little magnets that will close the curtain as soon as you have walked through. Very handy. I had them last year too. I bought a new set as they have improved the adhesive and are now supplied with 5.60 meters of Velcro. Happy days!
I buy two for the double doors and sew them together. Simples.
My lovely hubby has constructed a carport this week. He bought the iron bars and started painting them black, when he accidently knocked over a 5 litre pot of black paint!
And he got himself quite messy too, trying to mop it up (imposible of course).
No I didn't shout at him. These things happen. We both laughed about it after hubby had got rid of his frustration. The roof terrace is not a terrace that we often use.
Last week I finished a good book: Brainrush by Richard Bard:
It's a thriller with a paranormal twist. The protagonist is the very likeable Jake, a young 'surfer dude' who is diagnosed with a brain tumor. When an earthquake hits while he is having an MRI scan, he comes out brain enhanced. Then an Italian 'baddie' wants to use those super powers for his own agenda. Set in USA, Venice and Afghanistan. There is lots of excitement, fast paced action and of course a love interest. I loved it.
Now for some funnies as I am going to link with Annie at A Stitch In Time. They are all wine related:
Don't worry, I haven't taken to the bottle. We have had many laughs this week. And these photos made me smile.
Next Friday I will be in Holland visiting my mum. (I'm flying out on Thursday night, so I will try to cobble a blog post together for Friday morning).
Linking up with Virginia at Rocking Your World Friday too.
Have a good week and keep smiling!,