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Saturday, 5 May 2007


Midge thinks he's a plant and has settled down to sleep in my 'Leo lion' planter, a new meaning to the word bedding plant, although he does look nice and comfy in there

The birthday surprise was what went with me to the stitchy club and i got it almost finished, there were only 4 of us there this week and one lady had to go home half way through as she was ill, although it wasn't a complete wash out, i did win the raffle LOL

Had made a plan of what to stitch this weekend, but you know what it's like 'best laid plans and all that' i haven't even got it out yet today, had to go to work with DH this morning as he needed a helper and DS is ill, and then was entertaining a visitor, then DD decided to bring home the new BF for us to check him out !!!! Oh well, there's always tomorrow and of course the Bank Holiday Monday for us UK girls


  1. AAAwwww Julie, Midge looks so comfy should put a catnip plant in the planter, he'd love that.
    i spent today in the shelter snuggling with 2 pregnant kitties which are bout to drop at any moment. One of the girls said she'll text me tomorrow and let me know if we have babies. Awwwww.
    Enjoy the long weekend....and happy stitching....

  2. lol like your bedding plant Julie. I have been stitching most of the day and hope to be stitching most of the bank holiday weekend though I do have a bit of the hw word to sort out too.

  3. I just love the photo of Midge just looking very relaxed. He must really like it in the planter. Hope you are having a great long weekend.

    All the best,

  4. Midge looks very comfortable will he allow flowers to grow?

  5. Aaww Midge looks so relaxed and content. Mine uses the planters as a toilet at the moment grrrr!


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