Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Hook Happy!

Do you read back over what you have just written or typed, out loud? I do, and thank goodness for that - seeing as my title was going to be 'Happy Hooker'. Oops! When I heard it out loud, I decided Hook Happy was much more appropriate! *phew!*

So here above are my progressing very nicely thank you, granny squares for our rainbow blanket journey. I am loving this soft blue colour too, I carry the one ball with me and there is no thinking going on, I just hook my 4 rounds and finish off and move to the next one.


Here is one of my little gardenia flowers with a rain drop clinging so delicately to the petal. I have four of these in a row at our front door garden, and they are all in bloom. Oh the sweet perfume drifting through our house is rather intoxicating with the rain we have had these last few days as well as the bit of sun that tries to steam its way through the grey clouds. I love this scent and this year would be my biggest crop of flowers *sigh* oh such little pleasures.

I hope you find some little pleasures in your day today that bring a sweet smile to your face and uplift you from the inside.


5 comments:

Gillian said...

Oh that is a beautiful shade of blue Joyce, isn't that the best thing about granny squares - There is no over thinking about patterns or even following a pattern :) so relaxing and enjoyable!

I love the perfume from the gardenia flower as well :)

Maria said...

I love gardenia's and love the scent drifting through the home. I planted four at my front door at my last house ☺

emerson-j said...

im sure the well paid ones are "happy hookers" lol...
u have reminded me to get my butt back into the garden...

MonetPaisley said...

Bahahahaha!......Bahahahahahah! That's the hardest I have laughed all week. No I don't reread what I wrote because then I would change it again and again and again... and who has the time.

I love gardenias too, but I have killed every single one I have ever had... and all the orchids and cyclamens and begonias and even the tomatoes.

So I bought some succulents, and they are still alive.

Can't wait to see your finished blankie, it will be sooo great! :-)

Clara said...

Looking good Joyce.