I took 168 photos and managed to find a few passable shots amongst them. Shooting from the hip is a fun (if a bit hit and miss) thing to do, I will try it again when I'm feeling a bit more perky.
So, here we go. A couple of bags sitting on the table after I'd unloaded the groceries.
This one made me laugh.
It was meant to be this. Got it eventually!
The hot weather fan:
A basket of toys awaiting visits from my new grandson. (Apologies to the red rabbit for the unflattering angle but worse things will no doubt happen to it before it moves to the other basket of much loved toys the of the older grandchildren.)
I even took a photo of the 'inner sanctum'. I really don't like plastic flowers. Those who know me well know this. I often think of a role playing exercise where I worked years ago. Can't remember what the topic was but it was something about listening to others' ideas and valuing the input of the team. During the exercise a girl I worked with suggested we put some plastic flowers on the reception desk, then sat back with a bit smirk on her face while I did my best to pretend that was a valuable suggestion. To her delight, I was not very successful! Anyway, these flowers that I keep by my bed were given to me by my twin granddaughters for my 60th birthday. They were 6 years old and so proud of their gift that I now think of them as my treasures.
I'm looking forward to what the rest of the team has found 'from the hip' this week. Just pop over here to have a look.