Randomness to the max
Ha ha ha ha ha! 😀
Came across this sign today and the first thing I thought was, “Hold on! I do look sexy in sweats!”
Saw this little tree at the Sezincote House garden and I simply have no idea what it is. Very unusual for me. But both Elaine and I loved the little balloon seed heads. They open to reveal bright orange seeds. Elaine collected the few which were open and she will try to grow them.
This I want to make for our little ones. Can’t you see hours and hours of fun for Binky and Bunny in all this fairy pinkness?
I want this cup!
I REALLY want this cup!
Connecting with Nancy for randomness five. 🙂
Linda G Hatton
I love your randomness. (And I hope you bought the cup!) 🙂
Thank you so much Linda. Not yet, but I’m going back for it! 🙂
Really enjoying your blog Veronica 🙂 I recognise your tree, it’s a Spindle Tree I think. X
Hi Trudi! Thank you so much! I just looked it up and that seems to be exactly what the little tree is. I’ll tell Elaine. 🙂
Randomness is fun ! Does the cup come with a ‘K’ ?
The tree is interesting, I hope your friend is able to grow one too. As for the little pink tee-pee, I want one for me. My grandkids could sit with me in mine as we sip tea and discuss what we think the fairies in our woods might be up to.
It does Kathy! I’d probably be in that tent more than my granddaughters too. 🙂
Love the cup and tent idea! Thanks for joining in at R5F this week Veronica. xo
Thank you for hosting Nancy. 🙂
That shop looks like it would provide quite a bit of fun. I, too, want a tee pee, but it would have to be just for me and my kitty, as I don’t have children or grandchildren. Yes, yes, do go back and get that cup!
Oh Christie, it would be wonderful to have a tepee of one’s own in the garden. 🙂 Or a colourful gypsy caravan. 🙂