Saturday had rolled around again and I
had no ideas for the cue this week. Then
I remembered an egg cup my mother had since she was a child. The base is dated 1925
I had a breakfast date with a friend and
on the way I saw this nice display in a dress shop.
usual our breakfast lasted almost until lunch.
In our defence this time we hadn’t seen each other for quite awhile and had
lots to share. I was telling her about
the OBW blog and the cue for this week.
She told me of a shop near her called Blue Suede Shoes. The name took my fancy so after lunch off I went.
In the afternoon as I was pottering in
the garden I remembered this drinking tray I had made for the birds.
I have also planted some blue flowers
because I heard they attract butterflies.
To finish here is a wool bombed car I
saw while I was at the film festival earlier this year.
Well that's it for today, take care and thank you for visiting.
There are a number of historical
monuments in and around Geelong so I had great plans for Saturday. Unfortunately I woke with a migraine. Then my lovely husband came home from visiting his
mother in Ballarat and he had taken some photos for me. What a sweet man.
The first photograph is of the Olympic Games
Monument at Lake Wendouree,
at the end of the rowing course.In 1956 the
Olympic Games were held in Melbourne.The
rowing and canoeing events were held on Lake Wendouree, Ballarat.
This is the Olympic Creed.
The second group pf photographs is the Memorial to AustralianPrisoners of War. Again at Lake