Yesterday was ANZAC day, an important day of remembrance, thankfulness and reflection.
I made the wee red poppy to wear as a little protest over the fact that the RSA are now getting there poppies made in China, they were made here in Christchurch by Kilmamock Enterprises who employ 71 intellectually disabled workers before. GRRRR
When will it stop. So I made my own and then made a donation to the RSA.
Red poppy worn with cat sick colored cardy. Yay!!!!
Then to my squeals of delight, look who turned up in the letter box. The very gorgeous Cathy from the city mission shop decided this Little fellow was needing a family of nutty squirrels to live with.
As we ticked all the boxes on the adoption papers.....
While un-packing some of the treasures for the sale I came across a bag of things marked winter dresses, to my excitement there were a couple that I was going to wear last year in the shops.
Since that plan was some what stuffed, lets wear them in the garden.
This is a wee cute 70's floral dress, handmade and is so warm to wear, the colours seem perfect for a cool autumn day.
The neighbours wee pussy-cat "Ella" seems to know when we are taking photos and turns up all the time. I am sure there is a secret alarm on the cameras us lovely bloggers don't know about, it can only be heard by cats.