The end of the month already? It can only mean one thing, another scavenger hunt post is due.
One of the items to snap this month was 'nine'. This one I failed at. And the reason is silly. You see we live at number 9 and all month I kept thinking I'll just pop outside and photograph the number of the wall. All month I have failed to do so, so we are nine-less.
Here are the rest.
Good things- a stretch out on the bed with an added treat of a tickle is high on the list of good things for Melvin Cat.
Small packages- this wee wee package was originally stuck onto a Christmas tree decoration which broke. It now lives on the dresser.
Fragrance- I bought some flowers from Sainsbury's last week. The bouquet contained a flag and was named 'A Little bit of Chelsea'. The fragrance was gorgeous.
Station- the local train station we travelled from last weekend. Lovely old building.
Nose- This was the first photo I took for this month's hunt whilst at Homebase. Love these little doggies sat nose to nose.
Front page- the front page of a newspaper from 1924 which we discovered in an old wardrobe and I blogged about here.
Beverage- bit of a cheat as I took this photo last month, but like the box so much and seeing it's Jubilee weekend on the way thought I would use it again.
Currency- One of my favourite purses. The address is so sweet and contains Pennies.
Historic- at Salisbury station I picked up a free copy of the Wiltshire View magazine. Inside was a fascinating article about a group of incredibly brave men who gathered information about the beaches in France right under the noses of German soldiers. Fundraising is in place to erect a memorial to these men. You can read more about them here.
Yellow- this chap was from the Friends of the Earth and was manning, or should that be beeing?, a stall at the Spring fayre we went to.
Can you see what I see?- I was a bit stuck on this, but I hope this one fits the category ok. A little splash of red and black in amongst all that green is easy to spot. No pun intended!
Big thanks as ever to Kathy for organising us such a great list. I always enjoy seeing what everyone else has found.