Friday, October 01, 2010

End of September - beginning of real winter weather

September has gone the last of the summer rays have vanished, rain fills the air and all is dark and damp - A good time to sit indoors and create pages of sunnier times, of holidays spent relaxing in the sun or walking where the view is worth seeing. Catching the sunlight on the flowers and listening to the birds singing in the trees.

I've had a month of learning, of observing things either for the first time or reaffirming what I already knew, will this continue? As I said at the beginning of September 'To always been learning is to be alive' yes I am sure it will continue.
  
my last pages are here
29th  I was in the right place at the right time

29th Right Place Right Time

30th was a day of promise, the misty start, as so often at this time of year, gave way to a sunny day.

30th A day of Promise

and for the back cover I thought of what the month has meant to me and decided that I have enjoyed it and I want to continue to learn new things.

Cover page back
 I have done this back cover very similar to the front cover found here

  • Today I realised again just how kind my neighbour is, he not only took me down to ASDA as he was going anyway, but insisted that I phoned him when I had finished and he would come and get me. 
  • Labels can say the strangest things.
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  • Sometimes some thing is too good a bargain not to buy it. I did try not to have a new coat this winter but .................
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it has made me good and sort out some of my other coats and jackets and parcel them up for charity.

2 comments:

Sarah C said...

Love your coat. I am wondering what happens to it on day 101 though. Maybe it's their way of getting you to buy a new coat each winter lol

Absolutely love how you've done your album and the covers are brilliant x

humel said...

I've loved following your lessons - and seeing your photos! That sky is gorgeous xx

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