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Sunday, 16 September 2012

Sunday Special ....

 sit back and enjoy my version of this little story  :))
I thought this green caterpillar wanted to tast a rasberry!
But no, pushing the berry away, before disappearing into the neighbour`s garden.
Not quite sure what it is actually?? Next spring a beautiful butterfly ??
May be the smell of apples triggered it`s mind ...... LOL....
On its way under the fence, it passed my blue pot with lovely daises.
It also passe a humble-bee sucking honey from this lovely pink flower.
If the caterpillar had joined us in my friends`s 65 years birthday, it would have
 eaten a delicious meal of  shell-fish with strawberries and ice-cream for a pudding.
The hungry caterpillar could the have rushed and entered this ship as a stove-away!
Joining all the passengers on a long journey to the Caribbean ... lucky one .... LOL.
The ship is one of RCCL`s newest ships : Brilliance of the Seas.
( As we have such a deep harbour in Oslo, we can almost touch  the huge ships from ashore).
Well,well, just a small  story as no new quilting to show you.
 Still one stitch an hour! and very slowly by the sewing machine! No date for my surgery on my trigger thumb yet. But I read a lot, go for walks and of course watch some DVDs. Loving  "Pride and Predjuice", now seen for the 4th time at least.
Till next time, have a nice week all blogger-friends. Happy Quilting, from Grethe.


Raewyn said...

Lovely story - so nice to see your part of the world. Hope that surgery happens soon - in the meantime enjoy your walks, story telling, and dvds! :-)

Kayly said...

Sorry to hear you are still waiting on surgery on your hand. Hope it happens for you soon.
What a beatuiful spot for your friend's birthday lunch. Sounds delicious as well.

Anonymous said...

beautiful pics Grethe,hope your hand gets fixed soon.xx

Annik-Snor said...

Så fine bilder og for et vær. Artig å lese teksten din. God bedring.

Terry said...

Cute little caterpillar! Lovely flowers you have too! :0)

Houseelf said...

Lovely story. I hope your hand is treated soon. I recommend Box of Delights and The Amazing Mr Blundon at this time of the year. You can also watch the Children of Greenknowe on You Tube now.

Linda in Calif. said...

Thanks! I really enjoyed your story today. Good luck with your surgery. I'll be having the same in a couple years. Right now the shots are working for me.