It's nearly weekend - have a good one! I had a busy couple of days here, there was always something to do and I'm not sure I really got anything finished! Anyway, I'm having a rest at the weekend and not doing anything.... I went shopping with my neighbour yesterday and people were stockpiling food and goods as if there's no tomorrow. Two men were almost fighting over a box of milk cartons. We have been told to make sure we have enough supplies to cover a couple of weeks in case the corona virus spreads more and people need to stay at home in quarantine. But people are buying enough for months. Still, perhaps it makes them feel safer....I always have a store cupboard with supplies, and just bought my usual groceries etc, so I'm sure it will be enough. And yes, I have enough coffee for quite some time, but that's normal!
For Sandie's 'Paris' challenge at Tag Tuesday I have another tag using elements from Serif and me, showing lots of tourist places, but with Paris at the front. It looks like the statue of Liberty has a heart for Paris, too!
For Elizabeth's 'hearts' challenge at AJJ I have one last piece. I used an image from the Graphics Fairy, which I digitally cut apart so I could fit the heart between the couple and the background - it sounds complicated, but it wasn't!
And some photos of this past week. We had very mixed weather, sometimes sunshine, but mostly rain and even snow:
I brought daffodils home again:
They started opening up as soon as I put them into the vase:
And even a bit of snow on my clover. But by the time I was ready to go out, it had all been washed away by the rain, which didn't stop for 2 days:
Today we had some sun again:
The magnolias will soon be blooming:
Our ferry is back. It has been MIA for 2 months. They always take 2 weeks holiday over Christmas and the New Year, but this time it was 2 months. Perhaps they needed to work on the ferry!
The daffodils and crocuses are blooming everywhere, and today I saw my first tulips outside:
I always love watching men at work:
Have a great day, take care,
and thanks a lot for coming by!