Portrait Sunday

We have had a lovely restful day today, the weather has been brilliant, I composted and added Bounce Back to all the strawberry plants, it’s the most amazing organic and natural fertilizer. Our strawberry plants are full of fruit at the moment, still green but soon, hopefully they will be sweet, juicy and red. We have just returned from a family bike ride around our beautiful lake / wetland down the road, Kye rode on his half wheeler and loved it! Such an amazing gadget this half wheeler, it’s like a tandem and is so easy to attach and remove:) Well I have been knitting on my shawl day and night, I just love how the colours are knitting up, so exciting. I think this shawl knitting is going to become addictive….!
Christmas Ornament Swap
Thank you so much for the wonderful response to the Christmas Ornament Swap, if you would still like to join, just read this post🙂

***Natural Suburbia Flickr Group***

***I have created a Natural Suburbia Flickr Group where you can upload your Christmas Ornament Swap photos. If you took part in the Sending Love Heart Swap please feel free to add your swap photos on this group too. It is a group for all the Natural Suburbia Swaps, a space to share what you have created for your swap partners:) If you would like to join this group, please go here and request to join and I will accept your request:)***

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4 Responses to Portrait Sunday

  1. Cary September 25, 2011 at 6:33 pm #

    I love that bike attachment! Brilliant!!!

  2. CrochetBlogger September 25, 2011 at 9:34 pm #

    Sounds like a wonderful way to spend a day!

  3. Baa-Me Kniits September 26, 2011 at 1:18 am #

    That is a brilliant idea for a tandem bike, I was always waiting for my boys 🙂 Do you have enough for the Christmas swap? I was going to send Kristen an ornament this year anyway so if you are short you could match me up with her 🙂

  4. K September 26, 2011 at 5:57 am #

    Sounds like a lovely day. But I don’t want you getting yourself lost in knitting things like shawls when there are so many creatures and fruits that need your attention!

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