Thursday, April 08, 2010

I Often Wonder What Other Families Do Before 8am

because ours are often into the thick of it around that time
This morning was no exception
Dave was off to work, driving up North, before 7am 
and by 8am there was a big mess all over the kitchen table :)


One of the things Lucy made was a telescope, the green cellophane, in the photo, was used to cover one end  
More on that later :)
This morning we also had some visitors


here we are enjoying jelly in a cone while my sister was off at a dental appointment :)


Now remember that telescope?
Well it made it’s way outside
As things do
And I spied it while I had my camera
I took off the cellophane and put the tube over my lens to capture these



there were other photos but the camera had a problem focusing on what was outside the tube :)
I also got creative in a scrappy way
and made this


the name tag sticker


and tab sticker


are from Smiggle
and the journaling


Picked up Megan this afternoon and Jessica has gone to Mum and Dads for a while
Soon be Monday and back to school :(
Dave got back tonight after 7 and we have since had dinner and I think my coffee is now ready so
Ciao and thanks for stopping by :)

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  1. i loveeeeeeeeeee those photos...and lol lol lol ... i could write a novel on everything i do before!!! I loveeeeeeeeeeee the lo too...lucy is just like brookie when it comes to animated objects that come to life!! LOL! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

  2. I love stopping by and reading your blog! :)

  3. Never thought of jelly-cones before. Great idea!


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