Hello! Good Morning! It's Tuesday again and I am going to join the T-Party at Elizabeth and Bluebeard's. Will you join us too? All you need is a blogpost with a beverage in it.
I have had some happy mail! Look at this beauty! This card is one of Anne's (Cornucopia). She sent it to me on the 7th and I received it Monday morning the 10th! From the USA to Spain in 3 days. Incredible.
The second card pales in comparison, but is quite unusual if you really look at it:It reads:" I live vegetarian. Theresa H. (16) has been a vegetarian for 7 years.". I was remembering Susi's post about being vegan. I received this card the same week, but never got round to putting it in my blog.
Have you noticed her bra is made of red cabbage?
Here are the stamps. There is a rainbow, Bluebells and a fun mermaid sticker.
The next image is just that, an image. I found it on pinterest and I love it. (Just wanted to share it with you).
I love doors and windows and I have always loved architectural detail, and this looks like Jugendstil (or Art Nouveau). Very beautiful.
I have already blogged about the carnaval and the fancy dress costumes they do here. One photo I have kept aside to show you today:
Perfect for T-Day or what!
Now on a more serious note: Our cat has been poorly for a while. He wouldn't eat, was listless and the last week he was constipated and dehydrated. We took him to the vet yesterday:
Lots of tests were done. (Long story, I won't bore you with that) It appeared he was also very, and I mean very, anaemic. Haemoglobin literally in his boots! I couldn't believe he was still alive with an Hb like that!
I wish I could tell you this all had a happy ending. But it hasn't. In the end he had to be put to sleep. So we had a last cuddle,
I will end with a few photos from our trip to Almeria last month:
We chanced upon a small square where people were decorating the trees with wool.
Wrapping yarn around the trunk and hanging things in the tree
I have no idea for what occasion this has been done. I did ask them if they minded being photographed and they said it was OK.
In the middle was a sort of statue and the gate around it was full of padlocks. I saw that in Denmark too (the padlocks, in this case it was on a bridge).
That is it from me. Have a lovely week,