Monday, May 17, 2010

Poo is a wonderful thing.

In a previous life I was a lecturer at UNI SA and TAFE in Anatomy and Physiology and the Nerd part of me still enjoys the inner workings and plumbing of our bodies.
On our trail run last week from Kersbrook to Cuddlee Creek I saw some splendid examples of poos! ( from our four legged friends of course. ) One rather large specimen was a wonderful example, so why did my friends not appreciate the mini lecture I gave them on the Luminal Striations of a TURD?

I have since been the butt of all their jokes and lurid comments about Turds and they feel the need to point out any inconsequential bit of poo to me for closer inspection.
Turds aside, this was a really beautiful early dawn run and we replaced all burnt calories with a large plate of bacon and eggs at the local cafe.

Evi, Sue and DH.

Apart from cross stitching, quilting and embroidery I also quite like making dolls. Here are three taking in the Autumn sun.

Last year I bought an old church pew and my plan is to fill it with a congregation of my handmade dolls. The congregation is a bit light on right now, but one day......

Thanks for dropping by
Cheers Karen.

1 comment:

  1. The congregation may be small, but it does look like they are listening intently. They are also VERY elegant.