Yesterday was not the best day of the month, but thanks to a dear friend who accompanied me to the shelter, your comments & all the sweet messages on Twitter I managed to do what is best for the cat, Cobus & the children.
Yesterday & today I got surprised by some very sweet mail! Thank you Jeetje & Mijnes it really means a lot to me. =^.^=
Gave the boys their own disposable camera when we were in France. Some of the pictures we're not even sure where they were taken but other pictures have an almost lomo like result! :)
This year I couldn't find the right cassette for my Polaroid project, I ended up with a black & white cassette (just 100 ASA...). I can tell you that just doesn't do the trick for me. One big greyish blur, that's what I got & that's just not enough for the huge amount of money that cassette cost me. So I guess next year I will get myself a cheap disposable camera as well!
Just one week till school begins and J. & T. are at the point of being completly fed up with each other & their parents. I don't blame them but it also means all hands on deck for me in keeping the peace & thinking of fun things to do.
So that's why you probably won't see me much around the internets!
Last week our car arrived from France & so I could retrieve the last thrifted items: a mirror (it made it here in one piece!), a lettertray shaped like a house & last but not least a Hermes Baby Typewriter. Today I had some time to clean it & give it some fresh ink-ribbon.
It doesn't have a QWERTY-keyboard, I guess that's because of the french accents that needed a place on the keyboard as well.
But the biggest surprise has to be the beautiful font!
I am sure I am going to enjoy making little notes on it!
I have been sending postcards via Postcrossing for awhile and I loved reading the little stories people send me, but I wanted more,I wanted to write more. So I send her an email if we could exchance letters.
But why not start a similair letterproject of my own?