I gots a local scrap buddy, Esther and she only lives, like, two coughs and a whistle away.
Well, if you know Warrington, you know its about 15 roundabouts away but you catch my drift, don't you?
I offered to take some pictures of her for her portfolio (she is starting to do mag work and judging by her work, quite deservedly too) and these are three of my faves.
Her eyes are lit with bubbliness and Im glad we are local enough to meet up again for another afternoon of scrapsvilles.
Its been smashing weather here today but sadly all of us are suffering immensely with hayfever tonight. That spells that a planned night out in the garden for tea has had the kibosh put on it. So we watch, with envy, as Eddy goes out in the garden on his own suffering from our lack of interaction because we are too busy wiping our noses. All we can do is look forward to about 9pm tonight when all the pollen has fallen to the ground again. It's staying light here until 1030pm, so that darn pollen can jolly well get stuffed if it thinks its ruining our summer. So ner!