Hello lovely peeps, How are you? A week has past and I'm going to join the T-Party hosted by Bleubeard and Elizabeth. Please join us with a beverage (or reference) in your blogpost.
Nudity warning: A woman's breasts are clearly visible in one of my photos. Don't read any further if you do not want to see this.
Let me show you some postcards. This one is from Indonesia. It shows the traditional dress of the Bugis tribe in the south of Sulawesi island (Formerly known as Celebes).
The stamp is really colourful, but I have no idea what it represents.
The second card comes from Lithuania. Again it is depicting national dress.
It was sent to me by a couple on their 'honeyweek'. I assume she means honeymoon. Isn't that nice! They were staying in the 'Wellness Springs Resort' Druskininkai in southeast Lithuania. A lovely spa by the looks of it. (I googled it) I also found another photo of their traditional dress (Boobs covered this time):
The stamp is beautiful. A stork and her babies. (Storklings? No, I made that up)
I find storks fascinating. Did you see the photo I took in Portugal recently on my previous blog post? Here it is again:
There were a lot of storks flying about there.
My week (like last week) has seen me go to the dentist a few times. I now am minus two molars (on the same side).
Here is a photo of the children's corner of the waiting room. I had to smile at the stool in the shape of a molar.Because I am also lacking a molar on the other side, eating has become increasingly difficult and slow. My dentist says I have to wait two months until he wants to discuss possible future action. In the meantime, dinner out with friends also requires a certain tactic. I ordered 'revuelto', which is vegetables and egg, in my case with shrimps. Nice and soft.
Our drinks were beers. But the bottle of red was on its way and I took this picture while we waited for that.
Our friends are the Danish couple that own the house across the ravine (we wave to each other from time to time). The had a friend staying with them. The waiter offered to take a picture of us all.
One of our church friends is a metal worker and all our metal grids on the windows have been made by him. We asked him to make a gate for the car port:
The panels arrive.
There are 5 fold-able sections and to make the frame we needed a 6 meter long bar. Our friend could not buy that as he only has a small car. So hubby got his trailer out and off the went. I'm not sure if it was all together legal, but they got home safely:
This is the end result and we are both very pleased.
Happy T-Day to all,
Hugs and blessings,