Monday, April 21, 2014

Morning Joy

In my world, a Saturday morning sunrise looks like this.

Morning Joy

The wallpaper version is available at the preceding link.

Today's Gratitude Item: Finding Terry Pratchett's The Fifth Elephant as an eBook from my local library. I ran out of paper books to read and said library was closed because of the Easter break. The novelty of being able to download fun holiday reading has not yet worn off. Almost as good is the fact that I can read the book on my iPad without needing to turn on the lights.

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Diamond Wrap-sody

It involves diamonds being wrapped into a sphere.

Diamond Wrap-sody

The wallpaper version is available at the preceding link.

Today's Gratitude Item: That the weather only turned to custard after I was back from my morning walk. The garden sort of needs the rain and it made for a nice day spent indoors.

Saturday, April 19, 2014

Check Point

A checkered pattern that has a point.

Check Point

The wallpaper version is available at the preceding link.

Today's Gratitude Item: That the sushi shop which I frequent on Saturdays was open today. We're in the middle of Easter weekend and with public holidays yesterday and tomorrow, I'd anticipated said shop being closed for the holidays. In a way, it would have been good for the owners to take a well deserved break but seen as they were open, I made the most of the opportunity.

Friday, April 18, 2014

Waffle Wind

Waffle Pattern + Windmill :)

Waffle Wind

The wallpaper version is available at the preceding link.

Today's Gratitude Item: A perfect day! There is nothing sweeter than being left to one's own devices on the first day of school holidays.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Step and Turn

Complicated but fun. This sort of describes my life.

Step and Turn

The wallpaper version is available at the preceding link.

Today's Gratitude Item: That it's easy to bribe kids! At the end of term, we have to put all the classroom furniture on one side of the room (neatly stacked) so that the cleaners can do their thing. Happily the kids will do this in under 10 minutes - especially when they know they will get rewarded with fizzy lollies (which, according to my seniors, are better than chocolate).