Monday, 21 March 2011

Blue Hyacinths and a Pinata



I had quite a busy Sunday, again weather lovely, I weeded, tidied, swept the garden, made a Sunday roast, then helped my daughter, Chloe, make a pinata for a friends 18th birthday get-together.




As we were busy tearing newspaper and sloshing glue I asked what are you going to put in the pinata, meaning what sweets and she replied ...



Oh we're not putting in sweets, we're putting in crab sticks.. I must of looked confused because she quickly said .. yes we're all eating healthy at the moment. :S


I'm linking today with Smiling Sally http://smilingsally.blogspot.com/for Blue Monday.

15 comments:

  1. Very pretty!

    My Blue, hope to see you. Thank you!

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  2. I love it at your house.

    Flowers charming as always, in the wine glas, perfection.

    Crab sticks???

    xo Jane

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  3. Thank you Jane, I love it at yours too!

    and yeah ino I am still shaking my head lol x

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  4. That is hysterical!!
    I'm sure I would have looked like you!

    I adore that changing lovely shelf of goodies...& you know there is nothing like jars and glasses for buds...love them all....

    melissa x

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  5. I love crab, but crabsticks in a pinata? New to me.
    Thanks for sharing your blues.

    Happy Blue Monday.

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  6. I love your beautiful posts. It was pouring
    rain here yesterday. Hard to believe. Glad you
    had spring like weather.

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  7. What gorgeous photos you take... love your blues...
    have a great week!
    Smiles~
    C

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  8. Love the white paint and splash of color around!
    Blue Monday

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  9. Just so pretty! Our sky is beautiful blue today. No photo so just imagine!
    Sandra

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  10. Very pretty vignettes and I love that tiny jar with the pretty flowers in it too. ;) Have a great week.

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  11. beautiful and a sign that spring has arrived

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  12. Gorgeous, spring is also on the way in SW France. It has been a long and cold winter here so it is nice to see the sun again.

    Leeann x

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  13. Gorgeous shots as ever. How about a few of your gorgeous garden this Spring. I look forward to seeing where all this beauty comes from.

    Best Carolyn

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  14. What pretty spring flowers and lovely pictures.
    Cindy

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