Thursday, September 16, 2010

LSNED - Going the extra mile


Isn't it great when someone will go the extra mile. We are having new lighting put in the church, the old was so old it was dangerous. The chaps doing it had a square moveable scaffold to reach the centre lights and while they were up there they fixed a broom to a piece of spare scaffold pole and swept away all the cobwebs a job which has been long overdue but as it is so high up we had no way of doing it. They were not asked to do so and it certainly wasn't part of the contract. Wish I had taken some photos but I didn't think in time.

  • workmen can be kind and thoughtful
  • even in a restricted area we still had plenty of people coming in
  • Sometimes it's OK to scrap without a photo or to add a photo later
  • It can take a lot of effort to unblock your Glossy Accents
  • Glossy Accents doesn't taste too good
  • Even when I have a restrictive amount of stuff around I still loose things

16th Going the extra mile
A layout without a photo, not often I feel I can do that, mind you the card took for ages to get the angle and effect right.

Today I am thankful for the electricians
My friend who sent me home early because she could see I was struggling
Being able to rest all afternoon
Fish and chips from the takeaway for my supper


humel said...

First up, sorry you haven't been feeling well, I hope your rest and chip supper helped you to feel much better xx

Great lessons - just slightly concerned that you may have tried to unblock the Glossy Accents by sucking it?!

scrappyjacky said...

Like wondering exactly how you unblocked the glossy accents!!!!!
Hope you're feeling better today.

Photographing Mom said...

Wow! That card looks like it comes right off the page! Love the curvy journaling, too!

Sarah C said...

what lovely workmen. Great page too x

AlliR said...

Just popping by to see what oyu have been up to lately :) You have been busy - lots of great LOs!

A place for me to put the pictures of layouts I have done that I am pleased with, to put in the poems I write and to add snippets of things that have caught my eye