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Thursday, 23 September 2010


If we didn't haveThere wouldn't be any
On days like today, when you've got soaked to the skin on the school run , it's nice to have a pretty reminder when you get home .


Meadows08 said...

What a wonderful point!

Lula said...

Thanks Cath - that made me smile

Denise said...

Aren't rainbows worth the soaking?

Thanks for the pics!

Smiles - Denise

Lumiruusu said...

Hello,Cath !

I loved the picture of rainbow for me it is a sign of Hope.
It allways makes me to think about the Noah's Ark,that's maybe because I am a Sunday-school teacher :) :)

Your DH's stitchings are fabulous !

My husband is my best audience to show what I have stitched.
He is a trucker and will not ever stitch but he is very supportive always says that all I stitch is so beautiful.
And imagine,he likes the most all the sweet girly patterns I have made,well I am a girly -girl..

He knows also that cross-stitching keeps me busy on those long times he is on the road..

Lindsay-ann said...

Hi Cath
It was a grey day here too and we also had rain at school run time and some thunder too. Love the rainbow - they always make me smile. Today has been brighter but much colder. brrrrrrrrr!
Have a great weekend.

Hazel said...

Ahhh yes! Me too. I put on wellies and on the boy and we went a splishing and a splashing. Better to make the most of it haha. x