Saturday, 31 March 2012

Mainly b

Bird and barkBus and book
Berries
Cupboard

16 comments:

jabblog said...

Nice cheerful post - I like the verse:-) Enjoy your Easter break.

jabblog said...
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jabblog said...

Nice cheerful post - I like the verse:-) Enjoy your Easter break.

jabblog said...

I don't know why my comment has appeared in triplicate . . .

Leenie said...

This post was brought to us by the letter "B" plus a cupboard crammed with choice cuisine.

The bark was my favorite but London buses are amazing to this country mouse.

kendalee said...

I love the bark too! And I spot some biscuits in that cupboard so there's a B there too :)

Couldn't watch the film below - your description was scary enough for me. :/ but I did have a look at the crawling baby-doll. My sister used to have one of those. She called it Penny and it was very loved and so cute to watch. I must ask her what ever happened to Penny.

Rattling On said...

Love the little poem, and that looks like a proper cupboard!

KindredSpirit said...

omg that cupboard would activate my OCD bigtime!!!

Sarah said...

That is the tidy version-you should have seen it before!

snoopydog said...

Ha ha! Glad someone else's cupboards look like mine! Hope you have a great Easetr break. Ros

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

Great post, and I love your cupboard, looks a lot like mine..

Tracy said...

LOVE your magpie posts, Sarah... always such fun! The lichen/fungi on the the bark is lovely--what a great patina from nature! Happy Week, my friend ((HUGS))

frayedattheedge said...

I love those biscuits on the middle shelf - I get very annoyed when we are out for a cuppa, and Malcolm gets one with his coffee, but I don't get one with my tea - discrimination!

Jenny Woolf said...

That bark is stunning, is it covered in lichen or photoshopped? Either way, it is wonderful !

Carole said...

I should tidy a few of my cupboards but it's raining and it's a good day for sitting by the fire reading a book about buses!

Sarah said...

Yes reading a book by the fire is good!
The lichen is real Jenny!