“Some people are like Slinkies - not really good for anything,
but you still can't help but smile when you see one tumble down the stairs.”
Here it is, the video panorama of the sunset last week.
Sorry about the wobbles.
Oi - what's going on 'ere?The mutt looks the same. She must've changed the curtains.Looks alright yeah, nah, nah, yeah.
Kae, like your new set-up, yes Mick she has changed the curtains, painted the room, put new carpet in, and it looks good.A toast to Kae.
Thought autumn leaves would be nice for autumn... but now I'm not so sure.I might be having a fiddle with it for a while. I preferred how the old light house one appeared in a small window.I wonder if I could use my own pictures for the background? That'd be good.
Ah ha!I knew there was a reason for my not adjusting the camera. The file size has to be enormous to make a background image so I'll have to get some pix out of the camera or off my big file of original pix.
Now you have the sunset in the background......yep that's good.
OK, ok, enough already, can't stop laughing.Although you could always put Floyd up.
Aksherly, the blog set up lends itself to photos which have composure wise failed.This bee one is perfect, even though tiled.I'll get the large image off the camera and see if it's big enough to just be the background without tiling.
Aksherly????? Kae has been at the Mead again. Heh!!!Turn your back for one second, just one second and the wall paper has changed.
This is very confusing.Now she's bricked up the window space so that you can't see those fabulous sunsets and is breeding bees in the loungeroom!Women and changing the furniture around for no good reason comes to mind ... :)
Nothing wrong with women changing the furniture around Mick.....it's fun!O/T See NZ beat SAF 28/20 in the Adelaide Sevens, and that the Australian Coach Michael O'Connor is most unhappy with the Irish Ref, after Samoa beat Australia in the quarter finals.
Sevens is good fun Merilyn - I saw the HK 7s in about '92 with my then 17 year old son to mark the end of his time at Oakhill College (3 years in the Frst XV - very proud me). I had a mentor of mine there too, retired artillery colonel, who met a UK army colleague from England by surprise (organised surreptitiously by his wife). We dined and toured marvellously for a week.Our seats for the two days were immediately in front of Mark Ella and Ewen Mackenzie, attending as ordinary men.Tis a marvellous carnival atmosphere. Back then the Wallabies still played 7s we saw Jason Little play in a semi against Australia wearing a Fiji white jersey because they had too many injured players.Snoz O'Connor looked pretty fit still in Adelaide, at probably rising 50 yo.PS Miss kae did a fine job moving her furniture here, as one would expect, but if I get all gooey about it she'll be a-struttin about like someone famous!
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